Is a heart rate 30bpm above resting level bad?

Variable . Heart rate is variable... That means it is dynamic and changes depending on your mood, anxiety level, level of fitness, present activity, etc... Heart rate of 30 beats per minute above baseline could be normal depending on the situation. Talk to your doctor about your concerns.

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I'm 16 years old. I just took my heart rate and it was 113 at rest. Is that bad?

Elevated HR. Not necessarily bad, but not normal. If you are not having symptoms of shortness of breath, swelling, pain, then it is not worrisome. Likely it is due to caffeinated beverages or energy drinks. It also could be due to anxiety. If you are having any symptoms or it is like this with none of the things I mentioned then get evaluated. Read more...
Check it again. Heart rate varies with many things, including anxiety. If you are not experienced you may get a false reading. Be sure you are counting actual heart beats. Be sure to count while watching a clock for a full minute. If your pulse is always over 90 see a DR. If you feel ill or heart is pounding, see a DR today. Read more...
No. Teenagers can have heart rates up to 100, know that this is just an average. 113 is not far from the average. Teen girls tend to have higher heart rates then teen boys. One measurement only gives a snap shot, not the whole picture. Activity, emotions and anxiety can increase your heart rate for the moment. Read more...

My resting heart rate is 99. Can estrogen levels affect this?

Heart rate. Estrogen deficiency can cause palpitations in some women. Assuming your are NOT in menopause I think it unlikely your estrogen levels are affecting your resting heart rate. . Read more...