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A 28-year-old male asked:

Full cardiac work up normal.last couple days my hr has been good over 100bpm when standing. cardio&pcp said it's from being inactive&stress.this true?

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Dr. Boris Sheynin
Internal Medicine 23 years experience
Possible: I am sure that you had work up. Possibilities would include hyperthyroid, anxiety, obesity, but I would exclude pulmonary embolism, especially if you had travelled, and/or having family history of it, blood clots or miscarage. Other pulmonary causes also possible, but I would get PE excluded well. Also, may need Holter or Event monitor to reveal some arrhythmias
Dr. Tamanna Nahar
Specializes in Cardiology
BP HR: Normal HR 60-110. If you are sedentary, chances are your cardiovascular system is deconditioned in which case you will have an elevated HR with minimal activity.

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