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Causes Of Rapid Heartbeat While Pregnant
She is in 38th wk of pregnancy, dr. Told baby is good, but for past 2 hours there are no movements, nw heart beat isgood. Pl let me kw wats will cause.
See a doctor: Anytime that you are concerned that your baby isn't moving enough you should see or call your doctor. There are many things that can cause decreased fetal movement, but it is important that your doctor is able to check out you and your baby. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
My pregnancy doctor gave me 20mg of medicine for high heart beat to reduce it cause it was 126 and now is 105-108 but my pressure is 142/72 is it ok?
Heart beat in my stomach &chest..1 is fast & the other is slower.i been nervous cause I been thinking I'm pregnant. If I walk long I feel pressure at ?
Anxiety and stress: if you were pregnant, you should have different symptoms than 'feeling a heart beat in your stomach'. Fetal heart beats can be heard, generally by the second trimester, by outside devices placed on lower stomach. If you haven't had a physical recently, you should get one. If indicated, your doctor can order an abdominal US to clarify any swelling or source of inflammation in your abdomen. ...Read more
Im 10weeks pregnant Doc did an ultrasound cause they didn't hear the heart beat The baby is fine but they found a tumor in my uterus doc didn't say much?
Don't worry: More than likely, if there is a "tumor" in your uterus it is what is called a fibroid (leiomyoma). These are very, very common and not cancerous. If it is not very big, it is unlikely to affect your pregnancy, but your OB will probably just keep an eye on it throughout the pregnancy. ...Read more
Not usually: Lipitor (atorvastatin) does not commonly affect the heart rate or rhythm. Rarely, patients are allergic… patients who take Lipitor (atorvastatin) may have other associated cardiac conditions that may themselves be the cause of the rapid heart beat. The best recommendation is to have an ekg done and perhaps wear a 24 hour cardiac (holter) monitor. That will help you and your doctor determine the cause of your rapid heart beat. ...Read more
Depends: Certain drugs and venoms cause reversible or irreversible blockade of acetylcholine receptors. Some cause rapid heart rate. If you're receiving such a drug, it's under the supervision of a physician, so put your trust in that person. Whether the increased heart rate is injurious depends on the specifics of your health history and condition. ...Read more
Yes, rarely: Although rare, rapid heart beat has been described with testosterone use. One mechanism of this is that rarely testosterone can cause a drop in blood sugar. This can result in a rapid hearbeat as the body releases adrenaline in response to the low blood sugar level. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer