People are threatened about the Mysterious and scary symptoms of COVID- 19 in Chicago. Read on to know the complete details.
Patients with a severe condition of COVID- 19 disease is expecting to suffer from a very long time which makes their body weak and bizarre. The ABC7 I- Team found a growing number of younger people who are having a milder form of the virus but still they people are experiencing bizarre and frightening for the long term.
The symptoms of coronavirus are categorized in three parts which are: Most common symptoms include (fever, dry cough, tiredness), Less common symptoms include (aches and pains, sore throat, diarrhea, headache conjunctivitis, loss of smell or taste, discoloration of fingers or toes or a rash on skin), Serious symptoms include (difficulty breathing or shortness of breath, chest pain or pressure, loss of speech or movement).
Medical Experts and researcher are trying their best to find the best treatment for can’t seem to get better recovery.
Some unusual symptoms have been analyzed which include brain fog, loss of sense of smell, headaches, fevers, and chronic fatigue. Some of the more severe ailments being reported are spiking blood pressure, racing heartbeats, and blood clots.
A woman named Elizabeth Moore from Northwest Indiana has suffered from COVID-19. A month after getting recovery of COVID-19 she started facing unexplained and frightening symptoms. She said she could feel some abnormal things are happening in her body like some sort of buzzing, rushing sensation, tingling in arms, especially on her left side. She also said that these things never happened with her before COVID-19.
She said she tries to sleep but an abrupt sensation in her body would bump her awake leave her gasping for air. Her heart would race and her blood pressure would spike to dangerous levels. She felt like a heart attack or a stroke it is so terrifying.
Ms. Moore and frustrated patients are joining together on social media to find support and solution from doctors. Moore also said that she is been facing brain fog, extreme fatigue, and most recently, intense gastrointestinal issues. She’s been to the emergency room but didn’t get any solution. She is still facing the same problem.
The survey has been done named as “Long-Hauler symptoms survey.”
This survey has been conducted and analyzed by the group and researcher Natalie Lambert at the Indiana University Medical School. It has been observed that “long hauler” symptoms are far more numerous than what is currently listed on the CDC’s website. The Survivor Corps list is extensive.
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