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    Morning,
    did anybody take their heart rate during the first 4-5 weeks of pregnancy? did you find it went up any more to usual ?


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    Yes mine did especially after doing something like towelling off after a show. Don't have as much energy as before which caused my heart rate to increase.

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    Do you know what your resting heart rate was?

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    No sorry I just noticed it went up with extra movement. Resting my heart rate was normal.

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    I take mine because I'm paranoid- 8 weeks today and i heard it goes up 10-15bpm in pregnancy. My resting rate is around 8bpm faster than pre pregnancy.

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    i wish i had of taken my resting heart rate before pregnancy but i took it this morning and it was 81. Is that high ?

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    Default Heart Rate During pregnancy

    Mine is 64 but I have a stupidly low one, it used to be 52... I think that's fine if you are feeling well?

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    My resting heart rate went up 10-15 BMP. It was one of my first signs actually and the extra snot :/ lol.

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    Average heart rate is 60-90bpm. Mine increased from 50-55 to around 70. I think it's normal due to increased blood flow to supply the baby with nutrients.

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    Default Re: Heart Rate During pregnancy

    Yep mine increased in early weeks too. I noticed it more so when i felt nauseous!!

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