Posted 8/19/2019 9:54 AM (GMT -6)
Now I don't mean "enlarged" like pathologically or anything, I'm sure some doctor somewhere would have told me that by now.
But my resting pulse just relaxing at home is in the lower 50s, and while asleep in the lower 40s with excursions under 40. It's not that I'm an athlete; when I was biking a few miles most days it was seemingly around the same as now that I'm disabled with chronic fatigued. I'm in my mid 30s, male, in case that matters. My BP is on the low side too, often around 110-115 / 55-60.
I'm looking again at an echo report (came back normal) from 2013. The only thing I can tell is that many of the 2D size measurements are on the high side of the "normal" and a couple slightly over.
So all together I've wondered if it's just because my heart is on the larger side or something? Any ideas?
(Obviously, I missed a great opportunity to ask the cardiologists if I "have a big heart" <3 :-D. That'd be better than what the dentist told me, anyway ;-) )