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A normal pulse rate for pregnant women is about 80 to 90 beats per minute, according to the Jillian Michaels website. During pregnancy, the heart pumps about 30 to 50 percent more blood than usual. As a result, the pulse... More »

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Increased physical activity, anxiety, caffeine consumption and stimulant medications can cause a fast pulse, explains Healthline. Hyperthyroidism or heart arrhythmias can also trigger the condition, so it is important fo... More »

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Dr. Larry Weinrauch of HealthCentral says that the normal heart rate for healthy women is between 60 and 80 after lying down for 30 minutes. For men, it is between 50 and 70. More »

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The normal pulse rate range for all adults, including women who are over 50 years old, is 60 to 100 beats per minute, as stated by Cleveland Clinic. Women who are active or exercising might notice an increase in their he... More »

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A normal heart rate, or pulse, for women 31 years of age is 60 to 100 beats per minute, according to the American Heart Association. This range reflects the 'resting' heart rate; exercise and other activity tend to incre... More »

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During pregnancy, a woman's average heart rate may raise from 70 beats per minute to 80 or 90 beats per minute, according to Merck Manuals. This increase in heart rate allows the heart to pump extra blood to the uterus a... More »

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On average, a baby in the womb has a heart rate of 110 to 160 beats per minute. This often varies by up to 25 beats per minute, according to John Hopkins Medicine. Some conditions during pregnancy or labor may affect fet... More »

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