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What are symptoms of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy in an otherwise normal person?

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Dr. Jason Adler
Pediatrics - Critical Care
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In brief: Cardiomyopathy

The symptoms can vary and may include, but not be limiyed to, shortness of breath, passing out, feeling lightheaded, rapid heart beat, heart arrhythmia, sleeping with more pillows, and feeling weak or fatigued.
Some patient may have minimal or no symptoms if young and otherwise healthy, but the symptoms may progress over time.

In brief: Cardiomyopathy

The symptoms can vary and may include, but not be limiyed to, shortness of breath, passing out, feeling lightheaded, rapid heart beat, heart arrhythmia, sleeping with more pillows, and feeling weak or fatigued.
Some patient may have minimal or no symptoms if young and otherwise healthy, but the symptoms may progress over time.
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