TEHILLIM: Lakewood Yungerman in Critical Condition after Sudden Virus

tehillimPlease take a moment to say Tehillim for Yehoshua Ben Basha Shaindel, a Lakewood Yungerman who was hospitalized on Yom Kippur and remains in a Coma.

The Yungerman, in his 30s, came down with a sudden virus, which doctors say affected his heart.

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16 COMMENTS

  1. Refuah shelama!

    Is there any more info on this “sudden virus” can you educate the olom on how to see this coming? Or prevent it?

    Thanks in adavnce and refuah shelama bekorov

  2. Myocarditis is an inflammation of the myocardium, the middle layer of the heart wall. Myocarditis is usually caused by a viral infection. Signs and symptoms of myocarditis include chest pain, heart failure and abnormal heart rhythms.

    If myocarditis becomes severe, the pumping action of your heart weakens, and your heart won’t be able to supply the rest of your body with enough blood. Clots also could form in your heart, leading to a stroke or heart attack.

  3. to those who asked for last name – don’t you realize the family wants their privacy. Can you respect that? May Yehoshua ben Basha Shaindel have a refuah shelaimo b’karov.

  4. They picture has hashems name written straight out. According to a lot of poskim it’s an issue of erasing hashems name if u scroll past it!! Please remove the pic.

  5. Which poskim say that?

    Connected dots are not considered a proper tziruf of the letters.

    BTW rav Moshe feinstein says that the way you signed your name constitutes using hashems name in vain. A heavy issur. Even in English…..

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