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Normal Respiratory Rate For Pregnant Women
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
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
27 wks pregnant with twins,known PE taking blood thinners ,resting heart rate 120,all cardic tests are fine,can I have normal delivery?
During pregnancy: The cardiovascular system go through adaptations to protect your normal physiological functions, to meet the increase metabolic demands, and to facilitate the development of the baby. In order for this to happen your blood volume, cardiac output and heart rate increases. Hr can go from normal of 70-80 to 90-100. If your hr goes consistently over 100-110 see your OB soon. ...Read more
Can be: Usually 110 -170 is considered normal.Get a more detailed answer ›
I'm 7 weeks pregnant. What causes fetal heart rate to drop from 122 BPM to 81 BPM in two days after pregnancy looked great?
Hard to say: This question is difficult to answer, because we aren't typically measuring the fetal heartbeat over extended periods of time at this gestational age. Possible technical error . There's not much to do ---> continue to watch the pregnancy. It's normal for fetuses to have cyclic drops in their heartbeat. You may want to consider closer following and possibly an echocardiogram later in pregnancy. ...Read more
What is the normal pulse rate for pregnant woman?My pulse is 100bpm (is it normal), i am 3.5 months pregnant,my weight is 43.5kgs, thyroid is normal.
Heart rate: In pregnancy, the amount of blood pumped by the heart increases by 30 to 50%. As this increases, the heart rate at rest speeds up from a normal rate of about 70 beats per minute to 80 or 90 beats per minute. If the baseline is higher, so will be the pregnant levels. After movement or anything that is not pure rest, a heart rate of 100 is not unexpectedly high. See your doctor with your concerns. ...Read more
Hemoglobin 11-14: Hemoglobin 11- 14 grams/dl.Get a more detailed answer ›
Variable: There are many things that can influence your resting heart rate including endocrine, genetic, familial, psychological and metabolic issues. In general your resting heart rate would be in the range of 50 to 70. If you are very athletic it will be lower and if you are obese or on medications it could be considerably higher. ...Read more
I am 20 weeks 6 days pregnant. My fetal heart rate is 152bpm. Is this normal at this gestational age?
Yes: Yes that is normal.Get a more detailed answer ›
51 yr. Old female nearing menopause with pcv. Will I have more risk of heart issues when periods stop?
May be: Only if you have risk factors to start with. ...Read more
52 yr woman, hemoglobin count: 6 due to very heavy menstrual clotty bleeding. Doctor prescribed iron shots . Is she at risk for cardiac arrest?
There's no ideal or: Normal heart rate during pregnancy ;expect an increase of10-15 beats/min from ur baseline with exercise, stress, anxiety, coffee intake, etç.God bless. http://www.m.webmd.com/baby/features/exercise-during-pregnancy-myth-vs-fact. http://www.bidmc.org/centersanddepartments/departments/medicine/divisions/cardiovascularmedicine/diseasesandconditions/womenscardiovasculardisease/pregnancyandtheheart.aspx. ...Read more
Is it nirmal to have tachycardia during pregnancy, 20 wks pregnant with twins resting hearbeats 106 if walk goes as high as 186.ecg scans are fine?
Not unusual: It may not be "normal", but it is not unusual to have a high resting heart rate during pregnancy, as the resting metabolic rate has to increase (to pump enough blood for the fetus). Also, the blood volume increases, along with total body water, & these changes place a stress on the heart which responds by pumping faster. The normal ECG is reassuring. Rest! Best of luck w/ the pregnancy, & congrats ...Read more
Who knows?: I am pretty sure nobody has looked at this question in a scientific fashion heretofore. I would guesstimate it fluctuates between 90-150 beats per minute, depending on age, medications used, phase of arousal etc. ...Read more
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