Many people took the virus without even realizing it.
Dr. Daniel Atkinson has shown signs that you have had a crown virus and are showing mild symptoms that are mild or generalized that you did not know.
Nose sprain, sore throat, stuffy nose
Dr. Atkinson says that runny nose, sore throat, and closed nose can be mild symptoms of coronavirus. However, many who have had these symptoms have attributed it to a cold or allergy.
Smell and taste have diminished or been lost
Loss of taste or smell is undoubtedly a symptom of the crown virus and can sometimes occur with these unusual symptoms such as runny nose, sore throat … Sometimes it occurs with common crown symptoms such as fever, persistent cough and dryness. In most cases, it returns within a few weeks.
If your appetite has decreased or you have had it, it may be because of the crown. Dr. Atkinson says it can happen when the body is attacked by covid-19, especially if it loses its flavor and / or smell. However, he points out that it is very important for your body to take in a lot of fluids to fight the virus and of course it is recommended that you eat something, even if you don’t feel like eating at least a little bit.
Shortness of breath
Symptoms such as coughing, sore throat and loss of day are not common in coronavirus. However, coughing does not necessarily happen, so if you feel tired and miss the day, more than usual, even when you are at rest, it would be advisable to go to the doctor.
If you have been lying in the crown without even knowing it, it is not surprising that you are tired and lack energy because your body is exhausted from fighting the virus. “You don’t have to ignore the signals your body sends you. They will help you recover from rest and sleep faster,” says Dr. Atkins.
If you have had changes in your fingers or toes and no other symptoms, you may have a crown. Dermatologist Carolyn Nelson says that these lesions most often occur in asymptomatic carriers of the crown virus, and cause painful or itchy skin changes.
Have you noticed that these days your eyes are red and you have been blamed for an infection, conjunctivitis? You might even have a crown! Ophthalmologists have officially reported that the sars-CoV-2 virus can cause mild conjunctivitis, most often in cases where the virus is transmitted through aerosols.
Diarrhea or nausea
You didn’t have any other symptoms, but did you have diarrhea or nausea for a few days? Research by American gastroenterologists has shown that the digestive problem goes with the crown more often than previously thought. In addition, half of the people with these symptoms were diagnosed with the crown virus.
Did you have a fever that passed quickly, as it happened? It is likely to have a crown, according to a report by the World Health Organization, as this symptom occurs in 87.9 percent of crown cases and is the most common symptom.
Maybe you thought you were tired or attributed to the flu, that your immunity had dropped. However, according to the official list of symptoms, muscle pain can also indicate a crown.
In addition to these symptoms, confusion and disorientation can also indicate that you have had a crown. The same thing happens with sudden headaches, chest pain, forgetfulness (of all ages), but also skin rashes. Although all of these signs show that you have had a crown, the only sure way to find out is to test that you have antibodies to that virus.
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