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i am a 40 yr old women and suddenly yest my heart beat increases to 190 per minute n i had to go the hospital n put an injection to bring the heartbeat back to normal.could you tell me what could be the reason?
my bloodpresure is normal though.
when they cheked my ecg it was high.
do u have any idea why this happend?

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1. We aren't doctors, and your doctor who was present is the only one who can know what went down, as well as the context of your health history. That is the person to call and ask.

2. This site is intended for young adults, so we ask that adults such as yourself first look to all other sources available to you before posting questions here especially when they are not related to sexuality.

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well should be open to older people but heart thigns >_< i dont know.
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The reason why Scarleteen is oriented for young adults is because there are very few clear resources out there for teen sexuality and sexual health, whereas adults have many options in the resource department that teens may not have access to.

Also, if you don't have anything constructive to add to the discussion, then please refrain from posting. That's in the guidelines too.)

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