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156 beats/ min
normal heart rate is 60-100 beat per minute(bpm). it's consitent or paroxysmal?
 you should go to a cardiologist and maybe have a 24 hour EKG monitoring.
I saw a cardiologist 2 weeks age, ekg was text book normal. I take Lo Sartin 25 mg in the am. My blood pressure has been 110’s over 70’s but now my pulse is in the 90’s which feels high for me. When I feel good pulse is 86 to 90. I can feel when my pulse is higher and it makes me anxious. I also take Xanax 0,25 mg half tab 3 to 4 times a day. Did I need to go back to the doctor .?
I’m 91 years old and my heart rate ranges from 45 to 60.   I’m very tired, light headed and dizzy.   I’m normally an active person and now I’m unable to do things I enjoy.   What is your advice?
You should conduct 24-hour ambulatory electrocardiography.To identify is it necessary to implant a pacemaker.
Took my pulse. Heart rate was 52,54, then 60 a couple times. I am 78 and have A-fib. I take Amlodapine and Coreg. What causes it to go so low? I took the reading about six times and every other was in Thirties.
The heart rhythm of patients with atrial fibrillation is irregular. The heart rate measured by the machine is not accurate. since you are taking drugs, you should have a 24 hour EKG mornitoring test to see your heart rate in a whole day.
I saw a cardiologist 2 weeks age, ekg was text book normal. I take Lo Sartin 25 mg in the am. My blood pressure has been 110’s over 70’s but now my pulse is in the 90’s which feels high for me. When I feel good pulse is 86 to 90. I can feel when my pulse is higher and it makes me anxious. I also take Xanax 0,25 mg half tab 3 to 4 times a day. Did I need to go back to the doctor .?
I think it's okay. Normal heart rate is 60-100 beats per minute, besides, you may count your pulse after a 5-minute rest.
Hello My name is cynthia Wright and I'm concerned about my husband heart rate his heart rate goes up sometime up to 126 what do we need to where that happens his blood pressure goes up and down around 109/80 and his heart rate was 109 then when I checked it again it was 126 what do we need to do
hear rate should be measured after 5 minutes of rest. BP in 109/80 is OK.If the heart rate is still >120bpm,you should see a doctor fo find out why. Common causes to fast heart beat are fever, anemia, lung disease, blood disease,and so on.
Husband is vomiting and his heart rate is 58 he has a pacemaker and he is basically resting almost asleep should I be worried
Hello Teresa, usually heart rate goes up when people are vomitting. In your husband's case, his heart rate stays low even when he's vomitting, meaning his heart keeps beating slower than normal, that's why he's having the pacemaker. What is his heart rate like when he's resting? If it's lower than 50 per minute, I'll recommend he revisits his doctor.
My mom is in the hospital but they can't seem to get her heart rate down. Should I try to move her to heart center.
Hello Mrs. Cooper, it may not be a heart problem, but a problem in other body organs/system causing the fast heart beat. The key is to find out what the trigger is.
My son said his heart is only beating at 35% is this dangerous. Should he be in the hospital?
Sorry, I didn't get it. What do you mean "his heart beating at 35%"?
My blood pressure s high and my heart rate is low wat is it
Hello Allen, what's the BP reading and what is the pulse rate?
My heart rate runs 140 bpm, sleeping it goes up to 200 bpm, found this out after a heart monitor. I have been getting weak lately.
Hi Kathi, if your heart rate goes beyond 140 bpm at rest, it's an emergency, you should go to ER and find out the cause. Usually it takes an ECG, and there're drugs that can help you. If the heart keep beating fast,the heart function will be damaged and it's hard to reverse. So please get medical help asap.
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