Post exercise heart soreness

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2020005 tn?1628125976 I spoke with my doctor about the varicose vein, she said "google home remedies, that's your best option." seriously?! Haha...
Avatar f tn If you wish to increase strength, use the one-rep maximum test. Your one-rep maximum refers to the heaviest amount of weight you can move in an exercise for one repetition. For measuring size gains, perform circumference measurements and record. Various body locations such as the chest, biceps and thighs are indicators of size gains. For weight loss, use a scale and record your weight. Measure your progress every four to six weeks to assess the effectiveness of your workout plan.
Avatar m tn When they took me off the nitro to do the test.the pressure came back. So they decided to do a heart cath instead. The right artery was 80% blocked, so they put 3 stents in to open it back up. I had some slight discomfort the next day, a soreness in my chest a would say the next day that I told the doctor about they assured me that everything looked great and that it should go away. Went for my follow up still had the soreness that came on off.
Avatar m tn Hi there. About two weeks ago, I started experiencing soreness in all of my limbs, a constant mild headache, overall fatigue, and tingling in my forearms and hands when I would lay down. At first I thought I had just been over-training, in terms of exercise, but I went to the doctor after a week of experiencing these symptoms. He said it might be post-viral syndrome. He didn't order any tests or blood work, just asked me to come back in two weeks to see how I'm feeling.
Avatar n tn ve read some recent information that PVCs post exercise (recovery PVCs) may be indicative of CAD. I also still have random unexplained chest pain. My primary care doc and the cardiologist I saw a year ago both think my heart is perfectly fine and suspect the chest pain is likely either related to my asthma or is musculoskeletal in nature.
1188123 tn?1264478887 Hi Everyone, I am a 24, almost 25 year old female. Don't smoke or do drugs, social drinker, normal weight. I felt my first PVC after taking an ephedra pill my first year of college. One week after my first SVT attack, my cardiologist ordered that I have a pacemaker implanted, which I'm not really sure I ever needed. Anyhow, after the implantation, I started to feel what I described as "Skipped Beats", which I now know are PVC's.
Avatar n tn I'm a 38 year old male with a 16 or so year history of "noticeable" PVCs. Originally, they weren't particuarly frequent (maybe a few per hour) but annoying. My doctor tried beta blockers and a calcium channel blocker, none of which had any effect on my PVCs. ECGs and an echocardiogram were all normal. I eventually learned to live with them and came off the meds. About a year ago I was experiencing some chest pain so I had a cardiac workup.
Avatar f tn Any activity that puts an unusual load on the muscles may lead to delayed onset muscle soreness. This soreness typically begins 12 to 24 hours after the exercise is performed, but may produce the greatest tenderness and stiffness after 24 to 72 hours. Higher reps with more weight causes the soreness if your body is not used to the exercise. Before doing any exercise or cardio. you should warm the muscles being used by doing the exercise using a light weight.
Avatar f tn I developed galstones from the pregnancy so I have been following a strict low fat diet and have actually been losing weight and inches but the baby is growing just fine Maybe your over doing the exercise. try toning down exercise. They say each pregnancy is different and I have experienced much more pain then my sisters, one who had four kids.
Avatar f tn I am on my second week of post inguinal hirnea surgery. At about 12 days I started to feel burning below the incision and pain in my testicle on the side of the incision. I went to the ER and they checked me out and did an ultra sound of the testes and said everything looked good. I saw my doc surgeon for a follow up the next day and he said everything looked good and that pain may persist in that area for up to a month or 6 weeks. The numbness below the incision is starting to wear off.
Avatar n tn Could my elevated CPK levels be something as simple as increasing exercise after years of doing minimal exercise? I haven't mentioned the increased muscle stress to my doctor, but he is aware that I have increased my exercise routine dramatically. Any suggestion on how I should proceed or what I should be talking to my doctor about would be appreciated.
Avatar n tn BNP level went from 14 to 80. He repeated the heart cath with exercise. Resting pressure was 30/8. Normal. He had me lift weights and had a hard time getting my heart rate up as I am taking beta blockers for tachycardia. Eventually he got my heart rate up to 110 and I stopped due to fatigue. It has been deemed normal. My questions are: If I don't have PH, should the heart murmur be investigated? Is the slight increase in the BNP mean anything?
Avatar f tn I am in good shape and exercise regularly but when I spend extra time on my lower abs particularly in my hips my muscles get extremely sore. I do not tire out easily while doing the exercise but when I am finished and sit down my muscles lock and sometimes I can not get back up or even lift my leg. One time it caused me to fall out of my car because my leg was locked in the sitting position at the hip. What could be causing this? What can I do?
Avatar n tn If so, it may be almost impossible for his heart rate to exceed 100 beats per minute, and the rules for aerobic exercise and heart beat are thrown out the window... the rehab folks teach "perceived exercise thresholds" instead.
5886921 tn?1379639057 I'm 5 months pregnant and I'm waddling sooner that I thought.. I get this sore feeling down there* it kinda feels like I've been working out and I'm sore in between my thighs.. normal? Does anyone else feel this?
Avatar f tn during treadmill exercise, I think the lactic acid builds up in my leg very quickly or could it be poor circulation.
Monkey Absolutely! Any exercise where your heart rate rises over 100 will be beneficial. Try to keep you heart rate elevated for at least 30 minutes 3-5 times peer week. Please consult your physician if you have any chronic medical problems. You will find that by dropping your calories to under 1800 calories per day you will be more successful at your weight loss. For most people they need to walk 35 miles to lose 1 lb of fat--possibly shorter for bike riding but not by much.
Avatar f tn They have felt kind of jelly like a couple times after exercise but not a usual thing. Some spasms... Usually okay if not walking or standing for an extended period of time, but will start to ache when doing so. Hot baths seem to help best. I also have this consistent need to want to stretch. Pain initially started the same day that I had a stomach bug. Not sure if it is a coincidence. I didn't really have a fever and the bug only lasted a day...
Avatar m tn i had a nissen fundaplacation surgery one in 2006 another in 2011 what exercise for my stomach should i not do
231441 tn?1333892766 They recommend that you go by perceived exertion (how hard you feel you are working) rather than heart rate. The 140 heart rate limit may only be relevant to 'high risk' pregnancies....... Newest guidelines from researchers in the area are that moderate to high intensity exercise is fine for pregnant women from conception up to delivery. Following are key considerations.