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New trouble exercising
It is a lot safer to be checked than to assume everything is all right. Your symptoms of a new sensation with an unexpected fast heart rate suggest something is not right with your heart. Women in particular often have atypical symptoms of angina, and yours fit in that category.
You should read these links:
Your risk for heart disease:
Assessment of chest pain (probably not that useful in your case):
I would recommend a stress test, that help decide whether you have a heart problem:
Hope this helps,
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