Can An Earache Be A Symptom Of Heart Failure?

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Contrary to its name, congestive heart failure does not mean the heart has failed completely. It means the heart no longer is able to meet the body's need for blood because it is pumping inefficiently. This inefficient pumping causes blood to back up in the veins leading to the heart, and causes the kidneys to retain fluid. This causes the body's tissues to swell. The swelling, called edema, most commonly affects the legs, but it also can occur in the lungs, causing breathing...

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