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Normal Pulse Rate For Women Over 60
40-70: Most young men have relatively low resting hr's. As low as 35-40 is common for young men who play sports or work out regularly. ...Read more
High blood pressue averages 175/180. Diastlolic average low 60. Pulse rate average 50 at rest. Have been prescribed 5mg amlodipine . Is this ok? 67
Amlodipine for BP: 70 M BP 180/60 prescribed amlodipine 5 mg. OK? I specialize in high BP. I and guidelines would generally do following but check with ur team. First get a number of readings with home device that is accurate on u. See my checklist. Then if above 140 at your age begin DASH eating plan See my checklist. BP not ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
50 year old female - take BP couple of times daily to monitor, notice heart rate sometimes only 55 BPM - not fit and overweight, is this concerning?
Is it safe to run at slow pace, although heart rate goes into 90% range (190+) after 10 min. Resting heart rate, BP and stress test are all normal. ?
Running pace: Yes. Remember that you calculate the desired heart rate for exercise by the formula: 70% x (220 - yourage) as your target heart rate. Your maximal heart rate is just 220 minus yourage. As long as you don't exceed your maximal heart rate, you should be ok. With continued exercise, your pulse will trend lower during exercise. ...Read more
My resting heart rate has been pretty low (around 60 BPM consistently). Is this rate okay if I feel fine?
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21 y/o active female. Resting hr around 100bpm. Resting BP averages 105/68. History of heart disease in my immediate family. Average weight, occasional fainting spells. Should i get checked?
YesPrimarilyDrivers: I have answered similar questions many time on healthtap. While atherosclerosis typically begins later childhood, your stated age, sex, low normal BP & no smoking are best odds of not yet having advanced disease. Yet best check & optimize lipoproteins(nmr particle test), LDL (?700 umol/l), large HDL (?9 umol/l), hba1c ?5.0%, hflc, consider event monitor for potential arrhythmia basis for fainting. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Resting heart rate is higher than usual (85-90bpm).experiencing profound fatigue after exertion over past months.high level athlete.well hydrated?
What should resting (sitting) blood pressure range and heart rate be for a 60 year old men who have 3.0 CM abdominal aorta and 3.8 CM ascending aort?
125/75 range: Based on the ascending aorta measurement probably 125/75 is a reasonable goal. Beta blockers and angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors are preferred agents. ...Read more
What is normal resting heart rate for 50 year old male, on 10 mg.Benazripril, and 40 mg simvistatim? Mine runs from 57-66 BPM at rest.
60-100: With medication, your heart rate at rest is normal. Your blood pressure should also be in good control. It also depends on any other conditions you have, esp cardiac and if you become symptomatic like dizziness, weakness, blurry vision, chest pain, shortness of breath, etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
4 yr old has normal rhythm heart rate but speeds ups then slows down by about 20 BPM every 10-30 seconds. Also having single and multiple pvcs
Rhythm: it might be OK to have some rhythm rate variation, but we can't tell for sure without seeing actual ECGp or Holter. If he has several PVCs a day then he needs an evaluation by a pediatric electrophysiologist like myself. You can consult me or one of us if you need more detailed info. www.healthtap.com/volkantuzcu ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Heart rate: that resting rate is normalGet a more detailed answer ›
Plz suggest what is the normal pulse rate for pregnant woman.i am 3.5 months pregnant,my pulse rate is 100bpm.Is it normal?
Depends: Obviously women who are overweight may have a higher pulse. In general though a mild increase in the pulse does happen in the 2nd trimester as your blood pressure tends to drop around 14 weeks. However, if your increase pulse is causing your chest pain or shortness of breath, you need to alert your OB to rule out other issues. Your pulse also varies throughout the day. ...Read more
My daughter age 5 month having rapid heart rate about 240 per minute.is this dangerous? mybabys growth and other activity are normal.
Yes, it can be: She may have a condition called SVT. The infant can tolerate this for a short period of time, and then becomes very ill very quickly. You have a short time to get her heart regulated before it could start to fail, sometimes rapidly. Sign off and go to ER now. If you live in a city with a Children's Hospital, go there. If not, nearest ER will be fine - they will transfer her if needed. ...Read more
A bit low but...: "Normal" resting heart rate for men is 60-100, though 57 concerns me less than if it was 90. Those who are in good athletic condition may have lower heart rates. 57 is close enough to normal to be of minimal concern. PS If you are on Lipitor (atorvastatin) I consider it essential to also take CoQ10. Please see http://tinyurl.com/p48fhko and http://tinyurl.com/axtab4d and http://tinyurl.com/9x3n594 ...Read more
Fast heart rate around 100-110 bpm. Healthy and active, limited caffeine use, normal blood tests, EKG for heart murmur when i was young was normal??
32 female healthy weight. Resting heart rate has been at 120 for 4 hours. Should I go to ER? No anxiety
It is not normal: for a person your age to have a persistent resting heart rate over 120 BPM in the absence of significant clinical issues (fever, pain, anxiety, dehydration, anemia, thyroid disorder.) It would be important to diagnose the etiology of your arrhythmia as this will help to target treatment in the future. Go to the ER now. Do not delay. ...Read more
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