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I’ve noticed the days following surgery, my heart date has been a little higher than normal. Its normally between 70-85 but now it’s like mid to high 90s... when I’m in heat, it’s over 100, not but much. Anyone have this happen? I have no idea if the blood thinner will make it high or not.

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It could be lots of things early after surgery, including pain, dehydration, fighting off potential infection and more. Keep an eye on it, but I wouldn't worry too much unless it either keeps getting higher or you have other symptoms. Monitor your temp, take pain meds as needed, and hydrate!

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I'm on a blood thinner but also still weigh a LOT. Mine ranges from high 70's and then will spike up to high 90's but this has stayed fairly consistent before and after surgery.

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You're still healing, so it's bound to be off-normal.

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You're still healing, so it's bound to be off-normal.

Heart rate changes for a myriad pout reasons. Heart activity eating pain nausea excitement being upset etc. If it is pounding in your chest get it checked out by your gp. [emoji4]

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Heart rate changes for a myriad pout reasons. Heart activity eating pain nausea excitement being upset etc. If it is pounding in your chest get it checked out by your gp. [emoji4]

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My heart rate is typically in the 70s and while in the hospital I was in the 90s to low 100s for most of my stay. Your body just underwent major trauma so it's normal for your heart to pump a little faster while your body heals. There is a lot of inflammation caused during surgery and one way your body compensates is the increase the heart rate.

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Mine was high in the hospital from dehydration even though I was on an IV! When they gave me a large volume of liquid my heart rate went down. Now, 6 months post bypass, my heart rate is slow!! Averages 55. Go figure!

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