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Your pulse changes all the time, so if it is just a bit faster then that is no big deal. If there is a big difference or your pulse spikes for no reason then you should see a doctor. In that I mean, if you check your pulse and it is 70 and ten minutes later it's 120 and you did not do anything that would need to be looked into.
That you have an irregular heart beat and you should have it checked out. When I went to The ER, I had a very fast and irregular heart beat and high blood pressure. Mine is from a hyper thyroid. You should find out why yours is not beating right.
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