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Could Hydroxyurea Raise Your Pulse Rate
Don't see it happen: Lots of kids have used benadryl (diphenhydramine). Haven't see kids get a high heart rate from it. A high heart rate usually happens with fever in children. The bronchodilators like albuterol (for wheezing) raise the heart rate, and the decongestants like sudafed can also do it. Being dehydrated, such as with vomiting or diarrhea, will raise one's heart rate. ...Read more
I have dysautonomia, all day today my heart rate is ~56bpm & I have been cold, my skin has red/purple spots. This is the opposite of my usual. Any advice on how to regulate and raise my pulse/ temp?
56=ok: There's nothing wrong with a heart rate of 56 - don't try to change it. I suggest you wear warmer clothing - it will make you more comfortable, probably will make the red/purple spots go away, is free/inexpensive, has no side effects, and won't interact with your other meds. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It is vital: Pulse rate is a major determinant of the rate of blood flow through the body. An abnormal pulse is an important sign that something wrong might be happening (taken into the context of symptoms, other vital signs, trends, etc). ...Read more
Question: This question really doesn't make a lot of sense, why don't you rephrase it and ask again. ...Read more
Question: You should rephrase this question as it isn't clear what you are asking. ...Read more
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