Is The Fetal Heart Rate 75x / Minute At 40 Weeks’ Gestation Normal?
I am 40 weeks pregnant, my heartbeat is usually in the 90s, when this age becomes 75bpm, is that normal? And what are the effects on my fetus?
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Human normal heart rate has a range of 60-100 times per minute. At rest conditions, generally normal humans can have a range of 50-70 times per minute. There is research that states that in a state of rest, the heart rate up to more than 80 times per minute needs to be explored further about the condition of your heart health.
Heart rate is too fast or too slow can have an impact on blood circulation, oxygen transport in the human body. A heart beat that is too fast can also indicate the work of the heart that is too heavy, in conditions of exercise, side effects of drugs, medical conditions for example abnormalities of the thyroid gland, the effects of consumption of certain substances such as caffeine. A heart rate that is too slow can indicate a disturbance in the regulation of the heart rhythm, side effects of treatment, medical conditions such as hypothyroidism, or it is normal for athletes to have a heart rate that is much slower than the normal population.
Medical conditions that cause heart rhythm disorders both too fast and slow can have an effect on you and the fetus, one of which is circulation disorders, oxygen supply disorders in the mother and fetus, so that it can inhibit fetal development. Medical conditions underlying heart rhythm disorders need to be treated adequately, it is advisable to consult a doctor or obstetrician regarding optimal examination and management according to your condition.
Avoid activities that are too strenuous during pregnancy, maintain diet, exercise, and good rest during pregnancy, routine control during the development of pregnancy, avoid taking medication alone without doctor's instructions. For more information about heart rate conditions, we can access this link too slowly. For more information about heart rate conditions, you can access this link too soon.
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