can you die from your heart virus? is there any symtoms (symptoms) of a heart virus? what age do you produce your heart virus? is it all the ages you can get a heart virus? is there any cure for a heart virus? is there a good news heart virus and a bad news heart virus? do you usually get a heart vrius around ages 8-16? is it genetics?
can you die from your heart virus?
A: Yes, but not always.
is there any symtoms (symptoms) of a heart virus?
A: Sometimes, and sometimes not. Usually it is a virus that affects the heart, called a cardiotropic virus, such as Coxsakie B Virus. Symptoms may include fatigue or chest pain, or there may be no symptoms at all.
what age do you produce your heart virus?
A: Could be any age.
is it all the ages you can get a heart virus?
A: is there any cure for a heart virus?
Mostly damage control, once it reaches the heart. Unfortunately, a virus that affects the heart typically isn't known of until damage is done. It is possible for the heart to recover in at least half of cases.
is there a good news heart virus and a bad news heart virus?
A: Not sure what this means. Some people recover, some don't.
do you usually get a heart vrius around ages 8-16?
A: No, it can affect a person of any age.
is it genetics?
A: Genetics may make a person more susceptible to certain autoimmune processes that can occur after a person experiences a viral process in the heart, but the virus itself it not genetic.
Per "is there a good news heart virus and a bad news heart virus?
A: Not sure what this means. Some people recover, some don't. "
I am 55 now. I had a dental infection from age 39 to 41, diagnosed with possible myocarditis at the time and told it was caused by a virus. Today, my cardiologist sees some heart damage. For me, it caused a significant loss of stamina for everyday tasks, getting worse a bit each year. I was a marathon runner at the time of the infection, which probably didn't help me. I do absolutely no aerobic exercise now. I'm in a uncomfortable position, because the damage doesn't seem that severe, I appear normal, yet each day I hit a "wall." It is extremely limiting and embarrasing. For further info, please see "Tricky Heart May Cause Chronic Fatigue" at WebMD by Daniel J. DeNoon
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