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Question: is heart palpitations normal during pregnancy

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Answer: Hi! There is increased amount of blood in the body which results in a heart rate that’s about 25 percent faster than usual. A faster heart rate can result in occasional heart palpitations. It can be normal and nonharmful during pregnancy. However please do consult your Doctor if it excessive.
Answer: Yes. Normal. But if its more frequent consult dr.
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