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Myocarditis is inflammation of the myocardium. The myocardium is the muscle of the heart which forms this thickest part of the heart wall. Viral, bacterial, or fungal infections, medications, radiation, etc., are the cause of myocarditis. The inflammation leads to improper functioning of the heart. Symptoms are chest pain, arrhythmias, fatigue, fever, etc. Symptomatic treatment and heart medications are provided for the treatment of myocarditis.

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Is it safe to take a roller coaster ride with myocarditis?

Query: Hi doctor, Do you think it is safe to ride in a roller coaster with myocarditis?  Read Full »

Dr. Pramod Bhanudas Narkhede

Answer: Hi, Welcome to Myocarditis is an inflammatory disease of heart muscle. It can have a variety of cardiac manifestations ranging from no symptoms to severe debilitating life threatening condition. In the acute phase, the risk of complication is more. It is not safe to ride roller coaster...  Read Full »

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