Can COVID-19 cause myocarditis?


COVID-19 can indeed cause myocarditis, which is inflammation of the heart muscle. Dr. Roger Seheult, as cited by Rhonda Patrick, explains that data from Israel shows a signal indicating that individuals with SARS-CoV-2 infection are more likely to develop myocarditis than those who receive the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine 1. Furthermore, it's noted that COVID-19 has various long-term effects, including myocarditis, which has been documented in about 60% of patients a month after infection 2. This adds to the understanding that myocarditis is a significant complication associated with COVID-19.

Vaccine Risks

Roger discusses the risks associated with the COVID-19 vaccine and compares them to the risks associated with contracting COVID-19. He cites peer-reviewed studies from Israel and the United States and emphasizes the importance of using reliable data to make informed decisions about vaccination.

Found My Fitness

COVID-19 Vaccines and Ivermectin with MedCram and Dr. Roger Seheult