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... I wouldn't worry if I were you. How are you feeling in general? some athletes have resting heartrate or 40 something. if you are so worried, see a doctor or even call for advice nurse. best of luck. (5 replies)
... My sitting-still heart rate has always measured about 60 BPM, but last night when I was falling asleep I measured it at about 45 BPM.. Then today when I woke up, it was about 48.. when I'm moving around and stuff, it usually clocks in at 60, but then just now I measured it 54 BPM. Extra info: I generally sit on a computer all day and might be out of shape I did a lot of... (5 replies)
... My resting HR can get as low as 48 bpm, not on a beta blocker. While on my beta blockers mine would range from 37 to 43 bpm. For the most part, I felt fine, even at 37 bpm. ... (5 replies)

... mails. My rate was 48 bpm after stretching, while standing outside before my run. ... (10 replies)
... I had brachycardia and afib, with a heart rate around 48 bpm. The slow heart rate didn't seem to bother me, but the afib was a real problem. ... (2 replies)
... regimen of sotalol 80 mg twice a day. I had no problems with it. I was taking coreg and lanoxin at the time, and was pulled off those. My heart rate slowed to 48 bpm, but I'm used to a slow heartbeat. It has increased over the couple of years I've taken sotalol to about 55 bpm. ... (7 replies)
... My teen boys heart rate is low, it didn't used to be low but it has been dropping over the last number of months. When he sits it drops to around 47 - 48 bpm, then rises with exercise (only to 75% of peak). Also the last time in the clinic blood pressure was 110/48. How important is the Dialostic number? Is this low good? Thanks, Mila:confused: (11 replies)
... PLEASE HELP EASE MY MIND!!! So, first my background... I'm 6'4'' and 245lbs, 34 year old male... I've been fairly active my entire adult life, I'm not in extremely good shape but I try to jog 3-4 times a week for about 30 mins each time.... I went to the doctor today and she said my heart rate was 40bpm?? My blood pressure was good, and then she took it later (after worry had... (2 replies)
... Hi everytime I tried to find any info prior to ablation everyone seemed so knowledgable aout their condition and most seem to be USA posts so before I start I had diagnosis and treatment on NHS and live in London UK. I never really had a choice as I was in ER 2-3 times a month with SVT and 4 weeks before procedure I got sore throat which went to chest and ended up with... (1 replies)
... What types of things, have you found so far, that cause his Immune System over-reactions? I am not a health professional, but, when sleeping ALL systems slow down, including breathing, heart rate, metabolism, etc. Are there times or days when he doesn't have difficult or labored breathing? Is he always difficult to wake up, regardless of where he sleeps or when he... (11 replies)
... Reply: Yes he has additional symptoms that are concerns but to date have been passed off as likely developed Asthma, though symptoms do not respond to asthma meds and his lung volume testing is not consistent with asthma patients. His symptoms include an increasing shortness of breath, he becomes winded easily. He complains that he has not been able to get that "deep"... (11 replies)
... Like other beta blockers, it will slow your heart down. My resting heart rate has always been slow, and the new medicine slowed it to about 48 bpm. ... (4 replies)
... hbp. My resting hr avg.'s around 48 bpm. ... (4 replies)
... ing on the treadmill. Currently when running I experience no dizziness,shortness of breath,chest pains or faint feelings and I notice my pulse lingers around 120 bpm after a couple of 10 minute miles for a couple of hours. ... (2 replies)
... I remember my cardiologist said that I could exercise at full blast. He said I could get my rate to 200 bpm and not worry about a heart attack. He of course said there was no reason to get to 200 bpm. ... (10 replies)
... I remember my cardiologist said that I could exercise at full blast. He said I could get my rate to 200 bpm and not worry about a heart attack. He of course said there was no reason to get to 200 bpm. ... (10 replies)
... is a herditary component too. For example, without exercise and medication, my resting was 65 bpm. Now that I run daily, my resting starts off anywhere between 48 and 53 bpm. When I was on a beta blocker, my resting was usually between 37 and 43 bpm. ... (1 replies)
... The EF from Echos or MRIs is an estimate that can be off by quite a bit. I would consider 46 and 48 to be the same reading or estimate. I would split the difference and consider the EF "estimate" to be 47. ... (15 replies)
... My resting heart rate is between 50-60 bpm. Im wondering if this is a concern? I recently had a simple outpatient procdure done where in the recovery room my rate went down into the mid 40s. The nurse asked if this was normal for me. Wasn't sure how to answer that. I am 48 years old femal, 215 lbs, 5ft 10", larger boned (yes, I have weight to loose). I exercise regularly... (3 replies)
... Thank you for reading.I was diagnosed with PVCS and PACS by my doctor after I wore a 48 hour heart monitor. She also said my heart would randomly jump to 160 bpm on occasion. ... (2 replies)


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