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and also are there any major side effects from taking this drug?...

 Does cardiac arrest happen to teenagers?

 how high is high blood pressure?
i have just been 2 see the nurse 2 recheck my high blood pressure , it is now 167/89 she has decided i need 2 see my gp , i also have hot sweats at night and my period is 2 weeks late . any ...

 how can I tell if my blood pressure is OK?
I am fifty seven years old ...


 I am 20 years old and overweight, I've had high blood pressure for 4 yrs and can't lose weight what can I do?
I am 20 and have been overwieght for as long as I can remember. I have had high blood pressure since I was 16 years old and have been on a medication for the last two years which does a pretty good ...

 I use a wrist Blood Pressure Monitor.....?
When I go to the Doctors for my blood pressure to be checked it is always high but when I use my wrist type blood pressure monitor at home it gives me a normal reading of 120/80.aprox.

My ...

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 Please help me! Heart problem!?
My mom has a ICD/Pacemaker that was put in last october,but the doctor put in a warning system that makes it start beeping,and its been beeping,the company is gonna call her back,im very worried. im ...

 Am I on the way to a stroke or heart disease?
I'm seeing the doctor tomorrow, but I can't seem to get some sleep because of my symptoms.

The other day, I experienced prominent chest pain, as though I was having a panic ...

 Is it only fair for me to seek a second opinion even though I don't have health insurance?
My cardiologist is completly full of it, he is always in a hurry and never has time to anwser my questions. I keep passing out and my legs keep falling out from underneath me, I think something is ...

 How come you feel your heart beating in different spots?
Today my finger was throbbing, which is normal because I hurt it by accidentally cutting it. But then I felt my heart beats in my foot and then my hand, and then my tummy. Why does this happen? I ...

 what causes headaches and high blood pressure?

 I like a glass of wine in the evening. My doctor said, "Don't drink." Pharmacist says 4 hrs before BP meds OK
I have high blood pressure--really good and low with meds, a.m. and p.m. I don't have more than the one small glass of wine and have had no repercussions that I know of. My daughter says that ...

 How do I find a place to cheaply fill one month's blood pressure medicine?
The insurance starts in early October, but the Blood Pressure Meds run out today?

Is there a place, esspecially in Macon, Ga, but in the US in general, where one can go to get A month ...

 What's wrong with my heart?
Everytime I wake up from a nap or a night of sleep, my heart is beating extremely fast, faster than after I run or excersise. I asked my doctor about it but he said nothing's wrong, and that I ...

 My brother is very sick?
he has had congestive heart failure twice, kidney cancer & lupus. He has a pain in his right arm, head aches in the back lower part of his skull neck area, and chest pains and his bp is 118/54 ...

 High Blood Pressure 177/112?
I tested 177/112 today I know it's high but how concerned should I be if I feel fine?...

 My mom has congestive hart failure and she's only 45. Is there something we can do at home that will help her?
Besides just taking her med's and making sure she's eating right....

 Why is my heart rate so high?
Im 15 yrs old 6'1" tall and 221 lbs and when I exercise like running my heart rate soars to 180+. I don't know if it's because I'm out of shape, or if its heart problems like ...

my heart rate was 44 beats per minutes what should i do?

gangadharan nair
Check your blood pressure. You may have fatigue, dizziness, light headedness or fainting. You may have cold hands and feet. Please check whether you have got sick sinus syndrome or AV block.
Consult a cardiologist and implant a pacemaker if so advised.

Learn to check your pulse more accurately?

It's actually reasonably common in healthy, athletic people. Don't panic!
If you feel unwell, see your doctor. If not, don't worry, you are healthy!

Hi. My pulse rate is often in the low 40s and I was recently checked out by a cardiologist because I was dizzy and tired at times. If you can sustain exercise which makes you slightly breathless for a few minutes then you do not have heart disease which is the only bad thing it could be.If you can do that another possibility is that you have an athletic level of fitness? If you are not extremely fit the reason is idiopathic (just a weird thing your body does) and you may find one of your parents also has a low pulse. That was the cause for me.
The doctor will probably not worry unless you have symptoms of heart disease - getting very out of breath with moderate exercise like stairs - or if you feel dizzy or tired with it in which case you may need something to raise it. It is possible you have a fluctuating low pulse and it is only low some of the time and you may be able to control that with coffee if needed (that would also rule out heart disease). If not they do have meds for people whose low heart rate is making them dizzy a lot.

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Angry Seal
44 is amazing. Keep it around that and you'll live a very long and healthy life.

either you measured wrongly (which is most likely), you have a very strong cardiovascular system or you have a problem which you need to seek medical attention immediatlly.

It depends whether or not you are having other symptoms. Very fit people tend to have a lower heart rate because they have better cardiovascular efficiency, if this is the case, a HR of 45 can be a completely normal healthy indication. My resting HR is below 50.

The fitter you are, the larger stroke volume one has and this means more oxygen is distributed to the body with each heart beat. So the fitter you are, the less your heart has to pump to do the job. It's the exact same when you rest and the exact same applies when you exercise.

A very low pulse rate can be tolerated as long as the amount of blood pumped out of the left side of the heart per minute is adequate to oxygenate the brain and the other parts of the body. Once the heart is unable to fulfil this requirement you will become symptomatic.The level this is tolerated at varies from person to person. Below 40 is usually always a problem and is absolute bradycardia. .

Are you experiencing any other symptoms? If not its unlikely to be anything to worry about. If you are, then you need to see your GP. Are you taking any medication at the moment?

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