I am a 43 year old type 1 Diabetic, I am not over weight. about 4 years ago I was at the dr and he heard a heart murma so he sent me to get a echo they said I had Aortic stenosis well a few months ago I stated getting a little short of breath I have no energry and I notice when I first get up in the morning my heart rate is anywhere from 110 to 135, same is I just vaccume my house my heart rate will go 125 to 135 and I will need to rest than my heart rate will be like 115 so i go back to the dr he send me for another echo and he calls me up and says he don't understand but my test came back normal, so my quiestion is is my heart rate normal or what. I have no insrance so i can't get another echo done any help will help me thanks
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