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What are my chances of bradycardia returning after I resume training for triathlon?
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Dr. Robert Vogt Lowell
Pediatrics - Cardiology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Good
From your question it appears that you feel that bradycardia is a bad thing.
Well conditioned athletes enjoy slower heart rates and this is generally considered to be a good thing.

In brief: Good
From your question it appears that you feel that bradycardia is a bad thing.
Well conditioned athletes enjoy slower heart rates and this is generally considered to be a good thing.
Dr. Robert Vogt Lowell
Dr. Robert Vogt Lowell
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Dr. Dennis Clifford
Internal Medicine - Pulmonary Critical Care
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Depends
What caused your bradycardia to begin with? If it was simply sinus bradycardia due to being a well conditioned athlete, you have nothing to fear from returning to training.
Slow heart rates are common in well conditioned athletes and aren't considered an abnormality.

In brief: Depends
What caused your bradycardia to begin with? If it was simply sinus bradycardia due to being a well conditioned athlete, you have nothing to fear from returning to training.
Slow heart rates are common in well conditioned athletes and aren't considered an abnormality.
Dr. Dennis Clifford
Dr. Dennis Clifford
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