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Is it normal to have a very fast heartrate when pregnant?
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Dr. Bryan Treacy
Gynecology
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In brief: Somewhat
Pregnancy increases blood volume to its maximum in the early third trimester around 28 weeks.
This leads to faster baseline heart rate. It depends on what you mean by "very fast". If heart rate is sustained over 100 or so, there may be other problems that need to be evaluated.

In brief: Somewhat
Pregnancy increases blood volume to its maximum in the early third trimester around 28 weeks.
This leads to faster baseline heart rate. It depends on what you mean by "very fast". If heart rate is sustained over 100 or so, there may be other problems that need to be evaluated.
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