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Hello I am 17 and recently went to an aviation medical examiners office. He said that my pulse rate was high and that I should see a physician before getting cleared medically. I went to my physician she took my pulse and it was high again. I left the office (both the aviation medical examiner and physician) and my pulse rate shot down back to in the 70s. I tend to have a lot of anxiety going to the doctor. My question is, is this alright to have a high pulse rate at the doctor than have it come down at home? Some mentioned white coat syndrome but I was not sure about what it really was. I have had no heart palpitations at all I always feel fine and healthy never no pressure in my chest or nothing. Another thing is, without going to a doctor because my pulse rate will always be high. How can I prove that I am in good shape so I can get approved medically? Thanks for the help!
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