‘Reddish-brown lines’ underneath the nails could signal endocarditis – when to get help


Yes, it is possible to reduce your risk of developing endocarditis, and there are a number of ways to do so.

One of these is to have good oral health by keeping your mouth clean through regular brushing, flossing, and occasional use of mouthwash.

The NHS say: “Visit your dentist on a regular basis to ensure you maintain good oral health and minimise the risk of bacteria entering your bloodstream through your mouth.”

Furthermore, looking after your skin can also have a major impact.


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