i am 20 years old. i've been experiencing arrhythmias for about 4 years. both my mother, and my grandmother experience this as well. i have seen a specialist, but have not asked all the the questions i have on my mind. i feel that i have an arrhythmic event most days. i cannot feel whether anything happens when i exercise, because usually my heartrate is very high. i have a resting pulse which is around 60 or 70 bpm, but it gets as high as 200 when i am doing cardio. when i run i can feel that i am working, but i do not feel weak or in danger of fainting. i worry that this may be a bit high, though. there have been a couple times in which my resting heartrate has been as high as 130-140, but i have not been able to feel that anything is abnormal. the fast pulse is a new thing to me. i am not certain whether this has always been the case, and i never noticed, or whether there is a change. i also have very low blood pressure. i do not know quite what it typically is, but i have been told that it is comparable to that of a six year old, and i tend to have limbs which fall asleep easily, and have trouble seeing when i stand up. i do not know whether this situation qualifies as a problem or not. i am concerned about the combination of issues, as small as they are. is there legitimate cause for concern?
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