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Breathing Rate Of Male And Female
RR: Normal is 8-16. It isn't abnormal to be 6-20. Depends on many things. These are at rest normals. ...Read more
A little fast But...: A healthy teen should have a slightly lower resting heart rate if in good physical condition. This rate may be a function of anemia, lack of exercise, or general low activity level. Have a routine physical exam and mention this to your doctor to assure no medical concerns. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possible causes for shortness of breath and irregular heart rate 85 yo male has high BP and hiadle hernia? Resting rate of 46, but was 85-130
Is it Normal for a 23 year old female to have a heart rate of 149 bpm and breathlessness along with chest pains?
Cause of increased heart rate and feeling of pounding heart in teenage girl for almost a week? Should I be concerned?
What could be causing slight shortness of breath/breathing deeply and increased heart rate in a teenage girl?
Many things...: Heavy or long periods reduce number of red blood cells (which carry oxygen), causing heart to speed up to get them from the lungs to tissue to deposit oxygen. In a single day, red blood cells can travel 12,000 miles. Blood clot in lung must also be considered. As should fluid around the heart (pericardial effusion), anxiety, and deconditioning/obesity to name a few. Get medical evaluation ASAP. ...Read more
For a 36 Male with clean echo stress and lipids within a year and no risk factors, waking in middle of night and having heart rate of 52-60 normal?
Recent onset of orthostatic hypotension and shortness of breath on exertion. I don't smoke, within my BMI and i'm very physically active.
65 year old female with normal heart rate around 60+ and has been all over the place last 24 hours...from a low of 84 to a high of 128...resting?
I'm a 26 yr old "athletic" male who regularly weight trains/boxes. I was diagnosed with MVP and have had all the symptoms to varying degrees, at various times and levels of physical excursions (palpitations, fluttering "skipped beats", shortness of breath
Not necessarily: While normal heart rate is 60-100 it is not unusual for people to have a lower heart rate. This can be caused by some medications also. If the patient is not feeling dizzy or light headed then the pulse of 50 is probably not an issue. If the patient is having symptoms then the doctor should be consulted. ...Read more
Depends on cause: Have to know exactly what type of heart rhythm you have to be able to say how to fix it. If its just fast, but regular, common causes include anxiety, hyperthyroidism, and dehydration. If it comes only in discrete episodes, common causes include panic attack, and less commonly genetic heart rhythm problems, or rumors that make adrenaline. Rule out the common causes first with your pcp. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the bone mass of an average 20 year old male and female? Female weighs 166.2 and the male weighs 195.5
15% of weight: A good ballpark is bone mass is about 15% of your weight. ...Read more
I am a 32 year old male. I'm not overweight. Rapid heart rate. Flip flopping in chest. Nausea. Dizziness. Shortness of breath. Can't run. Pain. ?
What could be causing low heart rate and high blood pressure at the same time? None of my physicians can answer...30 yr old african american female
Dysautonomia: Heart rate and blood pressure are controlled from the lower brain via the autonomic (automatic) nervous system. You may find that the blood pressures in two arms are different when measured by 2 people at the same time. Commonest cause is sugar in all its forms inducing a secondary deficiency of vitamin b complex--particularly true if the systolic is high while the diastolic is relatively low. ...Read more
What r the possibilities of chronic rapid heart beat, near 100 and above in a 38 yr old female, no heart condition at present?
Hyperthyroid?: I will recommend performing an ekg and a thyroid test to ruled our hyperthyroidism or graves dz more common in females. Ekg to ruled out heart electrical conditions like pre-excitation syndromes like wpw. Also be aware of excess in coffee and medications that will increase the heart rate. Obesity and asthma will increase your resting heart rate too. ...Read more
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