13 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Am 12 weeks 4 days pregnant and hv hypothyroid.am taking thyronorm 50mg ..sometimes am feeling that my heartbeat is increasing very highly..is there any problem and does it affects my baby?

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Answer: Hi dear, The usual palpitations during pregnancy is common due to many reasons.heartbeat more than 100 is termed as Tachycardia.there could be following reasons for that: 1- stress or anxiety 2-overworking heart,as the heart has to full fill the demand of the growing baby in body 3-increase in blood volume during pregnancy 4-rapid proliferation of blood vessels 5-hormonal changes/fluctuations 6-anemia or any other illness like thyphoid 7-excessive caffeine consumption This could accompany with breathlessness,dizzyness and fatigue too. Treatment 1- early morning walks 2- streching exercises could release stress 3- involve in hobbies 4-mild breathing exercises could release stress too.
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    Anonymous Mom27 days ago

    Thanku 4 ur valuable information

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