Hello, welcome to the forum. Well, that is on the higher side but still in normal. I would not worry about it at this point but talk to her doctor about it at her next well health physical. If it goes higher than 100 and stays there regularly, that is called tachycardia and should be addressed right away by her doctor. https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/175241 This would indicate that for some reason, her heart is working too hard. Things that make heart rate faster are smoking, alcohol, dehydration which are all in our control. And then other things like hyper tension (she's young for that), congenital heart issues, thyroid issues, more medically related situations like that. So, while her heart rate is high, the cut off for abnormal is 100. It's important to work on the iron deficiency as that in itself can make the heart work harder to carry oxygen throughout the body. So, she should consider the right dosage of supplement for that. Let us know how she is doing.
Sandy_978 1 min
I have had this happen. I was recently diagnosed with POTS. Postural Tachycardia Syndrome. Look into it. Hope she is better.