What Is Heart Rheumatism?
Cardiology

What Is Heart Rheumatism?

    What Is Heart Rheumatism?

    Heart rheumatism is a condition where the heart muscle becomes inflamed due to an infection or injury. Learn more about this condition here!

    Heart rheumatism occurs when the heart muscle becomes inflammable because of an infection or injury. It can cause chest pain, fever, fatigue, and other symptoms.

     

    What Causes Heart Rheumatism (Heart Muscle Inflammation)?

    Heart rheumatics occur when the heart muscle becomes inflame due to an infection or an injury. This inflammation can lead to chest pains, fever, fatigue, shortness of breath, and other symptoms. In some cases, the inflammation can spread to the lungs, causing pneumonia.

     

    Symptoms Of Heart Rheumatism

    If you think you might have heart rheumatism, see your doctor right away. You should also avoid taking aspirin, ibuprofen, naproxen, and other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) because these medications can worsen the condition.

     

    Treatment Options For Heart Rheumatism

    There are several treatment options available for heart rheumatism. These treatments include antibiotics, pain relievers, and surgery. However, some people with heart rheumatism do not need any treatment at all.

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