What Are the Common Symptoms of Congenital Heart Failure?

Q:

What typical symptoms does congenital heart failure have?

A:

Congenital heart failure is caused by congenital heart defects. The symptoms are similar. Shortness of breath and problems with exercise are two of the most common symptoms.

Your heart muscle becomes weak, thus causing a series of cardiovascular problems. Other symptoms include:

  • A bluish tint to the skin, fingernails, and lips
  • Fast breathing and poor feeding
  • Poor weight gain
  • Lung infections
  • An inability to exercise

 

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