Can Swollen Heart Symptoms Be Associated Covid19?
My mother has experienced shortness of breath and swollen feet since the beginning of February. The doctor’s diagnosis was an X-ray and ultrasound that there was a swollen heart and fluid in the lungs. There are no other symptoms such as fever, sore throat, coughing and joint pain and no history of travel (only a few times including local hospitals due to shortness of breath), no contact with suspect or suspect. What is the likelihood (percentage) of my mother being associated with covid19? Thank you for the enlightenment
Originally posted 2020-04-14 08:49:48.
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The condition of previous cardiac failure accompanied by a buildup of fluid in the lungs increases the risk of possible infection in the lungs so that it is classified as a vulnerable group because it has a carrier of the previous disease.
To really minimize then it should be
1. Avoid traveling
2. Increase the time at home
3. As much as possible limit the interaction, especially with people who had COVID or symptomatic contacts
4. Increase body immunity
5. Eat nutritiously
6. Get enough rest
7. Avoid stresss
Further information can be read in the following article
https://www.HealthReplies.com/groups- diseases- that can- increase- risk- affected-covid-19
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