Last updated: 2021-11-24 | 2299 Views |
It is an inflammation of the heart muscle.
It can be caused by many reasons such as injury, infection, radiation, medicine. The most common cause is virus causing myocardial infarction.
Some people have no symptoms. Some people experience chest tightness, palpitations, difficulty breathing, fever and chills, unable to exercise. feel tired abnormal heart rhythm, heart failure
It is difficult to diagnose because the underlying cause of myocarditis causes non-specific symptoms. A physical examination is required. An ECG results in laboratory tests that indicate the destruction of the heart muscle. and biopsy will confirm the diagnosis and help find
Treating angina palpitations and, more importantly, symptoms of heart failure Your doctor will prescribe anti-inflammatory drugs or NSAIDs. and reduce chest tightness and if the symptoms are severe, use steroids, immunosuppressants
Things to do
Medication should be taken when symptoms are as directed by a physician.
should rest enough
You should inform your doctor if you have any side effects from the medication.
You should notify your doctor if you have any unusual symptoms.
You should see your doctor if you vomit blood or have blood in your stools.
Do not engage in vigorous exercise until your doctor evaluates it and allows it.