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What Should A Normal Heart Rate Be

  


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Might be referring to: a normal resting heart rate for adults ranges from 60 to 100 beats per minute. Generally, a lower heart rate at rest implies more efficient heart function and better cardiovascular fitness. For example, a well-trained athlete might have a normal resting heart rate closer to 40 beats per minute..

  

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Hi guys, what is a normal heart rate for pregnancy when working out? I’ve been doing the elliptical and my heart rate is getting to the 180’s-190’s. Should I be concerned or is that normal?
Published on 2021-02-24 in the July 2021 Babies forum
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... also have slightly faster heart rate while I’ve also read is normal in pregnancy. My resting heart rate is usually around 60 but... my resting rate usually is. Ask your OB if they think you should go to a cardiologist to be sure everything is normal/okay... lol. The Valsalva maneuver is what my cardiologist told me to do when my heart palpitates, but I have to ...
Published on 2021-01-14 in the April 2021 Babies forum
This discussion is in English.
... also have slightly faster heart rate while I’ve also read is normal in pregnancy. My resting heart rate is usually around 60 but... my resting rate usually is. Ask your OB if they think you should go to a cardiologist to be sure everything is normal/okay... lol. The Valsalva maneuver is what my cardiologist told me to do when my heart palpitates, but I have to ...
Published on 2021-01-14 in the April 2021 Babies forum
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... similar or wants to share what they would do. So background... had only had a rapid heart beat occasionally and no other... I have had a resting heart rate above 100 (occasionally lower around... 90) and heart palpitations. Now today I have ... basically told me it is normal. They did say to go ... is this something I really should be concerned about? Should I go to the ER...
Published on 2021-02-25 in the June 2021 Babies forum
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... similar or wants to share what they would do. So background... had only had a rapid heart beat occasionally and no other... I have had a resting heart rate above 100 (occasionally lower around... 90) and heart palpitations. Now today I have ... basically told me it is normal. They did say to go ... is this something I really should be concerned about? Should I go to the ER...
Published on 2021-02-25 in the June 2021 Babies forum
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... ultrasound which showed baby’s heart rate is 114... doctor said it... didn’t go further into what’s normal. What’s the normal heart rate and what should I do to prevent bleeding...
Published on 2021-02-22 in the 1st Trimester Experiences forum
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... ultrasound which showed baby’s heart rate is 114... doctor said it... didn’t go further into what’s normal. What’s the normal heart rate and what should I do to prevent bleeding...
Published on 2021-02-22 in the 1st Trimester Experiences forum
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... just over 10 months. The heart rate issue completely resolved itself by ... play a part, so you should continue BF! 😊 I asked ... she didn’t really know what could be causing it... I ... and have anxiety over the heart rate thing. I did get my ... my body going back to “normal.” I hope it resolves itself ...
Published on 2021-01-19 in the April 2019 Babies forum
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... just over 10 months. The heart rate issue completely resolved itself by ... play a part, so you should continue BF! 😊 I asked ... she didn’t really know what could be causing it... I ... and have anxiety over the heart rate thing. I did get my ... my body going back to “normal.” I hope it resolves itself ...
Published on 2021-01-19 in the April 2019 Babies forum
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No, resting heart rate for adults should be 60-100. Could be dehydration. If it were me I’d call my OB and see what they say as tachycardia isn’t most people’s normal and can be an indicator of many different things.
Published on 2021-01-20 in the February 2021 Babies forum
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No, resting heart rate for adults should be 60-100. Could be dehydration. If it were me I’d call my OB and see what they say as tachycardia isn’t most people’s normal and can be an indicator of many different things.
Published on 2021-01-20 in the February 2021 Babies forum
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Every time I check my heart rate it’s upwards of 85 ...’s good ... so what could be causing this? Maybe I should try some light cardio... everyday? Also I know a slightly elevated BPM is normal...
Published on 2021-02-26 in the Multiples and Twins forum
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Every time I check my heart rate it’s upwards of 85 ...’s good ... so what could be causing this? Maybe I should try some light cardio... everyday? Also I know a slightly elevated BPM is normal...
Published on 2021-02-26 in the Multiples and Twins forum
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I’m 16w4d and i have had multiple appointments where everything was just fine and the heart rate was around 155bpm, I have an at home fetal Doppler and the baby’s heartbeat is normally very fast. I woke up and used it this morning and it was a lot slower than normal. Has anyone experienced this or knows what it can be? Should I be worried?
Published on 2021-02-06 in the 2nd Trimester Experiences forum
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I’m 16w4d and i have had multiple appointments where everything was just fine and the heart rate was around 155bpm, I have an at home fetal Doppler and the baby’s heartbeat is normally very fast. I woke up and used it this morning and it was a lot slower than normal. Has anyone experienced this or knows what it can be? Should I be worried?
Published on 2021-02-06 in the 2nd Trimester Experiences forum
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... family doctor said I should see a cardiologist but that ... (which was normal 2 months ago) to see it that is causing my rapid heart rate but the heart problems started before... I thought “you know what? Enough is enough I won’t ignore this anymore!” Should I press to see a ... you have any idea what this could be or if you experienced something like this yourselves! Because a heart that’s beating like a...
Published on 2021-01-23 in the Autoimmune Diseases Support Group forum
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... family doctor said I should see a cardiologist but that ... (which was normal 2 months ago) to see it that is causing my rapid heart rate but the heart problems started before... I thought “you know what? Enough is enough I won’t ignore this anymore!” Should I press to see a ... you have any idea what this could be or if you experienced something like this yourselves! Because a heart that’s beating like a...
Published on 2021-01-23 in the Autoimmune Diseases Support Group forum
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...148 bpm.  A target heart rate for exercise would be ...heart rate should return to a "normal" range shortly after finishing your exercise.  A good resting heart rate....  If your resting heart rate is above 75 talk to ...your doctor.  A heart rate in the 70's to ...fine. You really should speak with your doctor about what is best for ...you, particularly if you might have heart disease...
Published on 2021-01-22 in the Health forum
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...148 bpm.  A target heart rate for exercise would be ...heart rate should return to a "normal" range shortly after finishing your exercise.  A good resting heart rate....  If your resting heart rate is above 75 talk to ...your doctor.  A heart rate in the 70's to ...fine. You really should speak with your doctor about what is best for ...you, particularly if you might have heart disease...
Published on 2021-01-22 in the Health forum
This discussion is in English.