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Solar Plexus Heart Beat
Generally...no: Especially at your age. Likely represents pulsation from abdominal aorta. If concerned please discuss with your physician. ...Read more
Solar plexus pain only when eating. Had 4 stents 6 yrs ago in bottom right artery. Is it possible to have inside stents trouble, have heart attack like?
No: That's very unlikely if your symptoms occur only with eating. Cardiac chest pain usually occurs with exercise and is alleviated with the rest and nitroglycerin. Your symptoms seem to be due to your esophagus you may have irritation or inflammation in your stomach or esophagus such as gastritis or esophagitis. See your physician for an acid lowering agents or you may need an endoscopy. ...Read more
Been doing my cycling routine for sometime and I noticed that my heart beat per minutes drops to 40 to 50 bpm even I’m already tired especially on uphill. My average bpm for my 25km bike was only 59bpm. That’s yesterday MTB challenge. Is this good?
AbnormalNeedsChecked: It is abnormal as any exercise makes the heart beat faster and in your case it is bradycardia instead of Tachycardia. I advice to consult your doctor and get itchecked 40 to50 is rather low on uphill and even 58 after 25 minutes is low. Get checked by your doctor or a cardiologist ...Read more
Can lexapro cause low heart beat. On 20mg and my heart rate gets down to mid-50's sometimes. Is this normal?
See below: Hearing the baby's heart beat this early is sometimes difficult. An ultrasound exam should be able to detect this. Talk to your OB doctor about your concerns. ...Read more
Can be: By itself, you'd probably be ok, but at 43, there's a chance of some blockage in the arteries causing chest pain or damage. These rates, by the way, are never normal, and a cardiac electrophysiologist should be consulted to figure out where it's coming from and if it can be treated (spoiler alert: if you find a good ep, it usually can). Maybe ed gerstenfeld at ucsf or eric topol @ scripps? ...Read more
If you are healthy, you should not be taking your pulse.
Hr 89 is normal. If you want the heart rate to be lower, you should be physically fit: get off the couch. ...Read more
Heart rate: Your heart rate is okGet a more detailed answer ›
Multiple causes: Most individuals have occasional irregular heart beats - this can be entirely benign or a serious cardiac condition - you need to have a thorough evaluation by a physician with an ECG to start with and further testing depending on your age, other medical conditions, medications, etc - important not to ignore this symptom - most of the time this condition is found to be benign but don't ignore it. ...Read more
What to do if I discovered out my baby doesn't have a heart beat and I am sopposed to be 9 weeks and I am only showing 6 weeks?
If moves, has Hrt BT: How was it found that your baby has no heart beat? . Was it an OB MD? Does the baby move? If it does it has a heart beat. You need to see an OB Doc and get an ultrasound to make sure the blood supply to uterus is adequate and to evaluate the fetus heart. Sometimes if blood supply not optimal meds can be given to improve. This is insufficient info for me. You need more information. ...Read more
???: Once u are 6-7 weeks def by 7 weeks a htbeat should be seen on us so if u are that far and no htbeat then the preg is not viable, if u are early u will see a sac and yolk sac but no htbeat yet cause u are too early and that fetus will grow and by 7 weeks u should see a htbeat. ...Read more
Pulses: You can feel your own heart beat at several places, but typically where your arteries are closest to the skin. This includes on the thumb side of your wrist on both sides, the carotid arteries in your neck, behind your knee (popliteal) and on the top of your foot. (pedal). You will need a stethoscope to "hear" your heartbeat. ...Read more
Heart rate: Normal is 60 to 100. It could be lower if you are very fit. These are the values for your resting heart rate. For exercise then the max is 220 minus your age. ...Read more
This is usually: Either an atrial aberrant complex or PAC (paroxysmal atrial complex) or PVC (ventricular). These occur due to an abnormal electrical pathway created within the conduction system in your myocardium. They are usually harmless, but enough of them "stringed" together for a significant amount of time (like 20 or 30 seconds) can cause a more serious arrhythmia. Be in close contact with your heart MD. ...Read more
Missed beat: We all probably have minor heart irregularities every day and don't even know it. There may be premature or delayed beats in the course of 100, 000 beats in a day that are of no consequence. The problem may come in if these occur frequently or cause symptoms like dizziness, fatigue, or shortness of breath. Pvcs are benign -- other skipped beats need to be defined using an ekg. ...Read more
Ok: Many people can sense or feel their pulse See if primary care physician for in person valuation ...Read more
Yes: When you're relaxing, your heartbeat certainly continues. But it won't be pounding like it might be during heavy physical activity. ...Read more
No mucho!: It doesn't mean much. You may be thin or just more aware than average. Of greater importance is: what is the rate? Is it regular or irregular? Does it hurt? It's painless, regular and hr is 60-100 at rest, you're perfectly normal. ...Read more
Fast heartrate: You might want to rethink the hydroxycut if it is driving your heart rate too fast. I do not recommend this product when my patients have asked about it. ...Read more