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Katharina

401d

Why did my beats per minute on my smart watch go to like 110 and I started getting really warm and sweaty. Temp 98.5. Then it’s slowly evened out. Then dropped and I got chills for like 5 seconds and then it went back up again? Ir couldn’t decide which way to go for while. And temp went back down. I usually run low so that for me was definitely concerning.

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    • Axel17

      401d

      @Katharina possibly I don’t think it is anything to do with my asthma to be honest Just the fact I had asthma made it a lot worse

    • Axel17

      401d

      That sometimes happens to me, I had to switch between hot and cold drinks because one minute my body temperature was really high in the next minute it’s really low , if it continues go on like that might have to see your doctor, my heart rate go up so high before I had to go and see them And I got diagnosed with an abnormal heartbeat which comes with my asthma

      • Katharina

        401d

        @Axel17 Couod I have that without asthma?

        • Axel17

          401d

          @Katharina possibly I don’t think it is anything to do with my asthma to be honest Just the fact I had asthma made it a lot worse

      • Katharina

        401d

        @Axel17 interesting…. Yeah it just jumped again it’s high and temp back up and sweating ugh I’m like I don’t what ti do but I’ll make a nige of that to ask

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