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172 strange symptoms of COVID-19 survivors

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that many have recovered from COVID-19 for weeks, sometimes months, with some symptoms. Edition "Vesti" collected 172 of them.

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The coronavirus continues to be alarming, with a CDC study showing that many COVID-19 recovered patients persist for extended periods. Based on the complaints of patients, 172 symptoms were identified that may be associated with coronavirus infection.

The CDC published a study of 292 subjects who contracted COVID-19 and received outpatient treatment between April 15 and June 25. They were interviewed 2 and 3 weeks after the initial examination.

At the initial examination, 94% had 1-17 symptoms. Most often, patients complained of fatigue, followed by cough and headache. In 65%, normal health was restored within 5-12 days of being in isolation after the initial examination.

Symptoms lasting several weeks

Complaints have been reported of dozens of symptoms that are likely related to COVID-19. And this is in addition to the well-known symptoms, including loss of smell and taste, fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, headache, weakness and muscle pain.

A Facebook group for COVID-19 symptoms, which has over 3000 recovered people, has been collecting evidence of symptoms that persist after recovery.

A list of 172 symptoms was compiled. They manifested themselves in COVID-19 patients and were associated with different body systems. Among them: visual disturbances, various types of rashes, memory and motor impairment, indigestion and even baldness. It is not yet clear whether these symptoms are related to the disease itself, to treatment for it, or to an extended hospital stay.

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Age played a significant role in the manifestation of symptoms. Most of those suffering from these disorders were 50 or more years old. 47% of them complained that symptoms persisted for several weeks after the first examination. Only 26% of patients aged 18-34 years faced similar problems, in the age group 35-49 years - 32%.

It was found that in 1 out of 5 people aged 18-34 years without chronic diseases the symptoms persisted for a long time after recovery, they did not feel completely recovered.

Previous studies have shown that patients who were hospitalized suffered long-term consequences of the disease. A survey conducted in Italy showed that 87% of those treated in the hospital complained that they suffered from at least one symptom even 2 months after recovery. More than half said they had 3 or more symptoms after undergoing COVID-19.

Symptoms Reported by COVID-19 Patients

Nervous system: cramps, tremors of the limbs and body, twisting of the fingers, unusual sensations at night, dullness of sensations, confusion, forgetfulness, loss of sensitivity in the fingers.

Кожа: peeling, itching, skin damage, redness, aging of the skin, skin growths (including on the legs).

Heart and blood vessels: increased heart rate, chest pain, palpitations.

Sense organs: loss of smell, loss of appetite, loss of sense of taste, auditory hallucinations at night, sparks in the eyes, shadows in the corners of the eyes, tinnitus and ringing in the ears, pressure in the ears, increased thirst.

Female genital area: menstrual irregularities, absence of menstruation.

Physiological changes: muscle pain, lower back, shoulder and neck pain, swelling of the lymph nodes, shortness of breath, lung damage, decreased lung capacity, asthma attacks, cough while lying down, increased sputum production, blood clots.

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Mind: depression, anxiety, depressed mood, frustration, sad thoughts.

Digestion: increased peristalsis, diarrhea, changes in the color of feces, flatulence, bloating, abdominal pain.

Sleep: insomnia, sleep apnea (stopping breathing), fatigue upon waking, psychological problems in the dark and during sleep, the need for sleep while sitting.

Urinary system: lack of urination, increased urination, urinary and fecal incontinence.

Head and neck: jaw pain, sinus problems, cheek pain, pain in the cervical lymph nodes, pain in the salivary glands, swelling in the ears, head and neck.

Vision: blurred vision, blurred vision, floating flies in front of the eyes, dark shadows in the field of view, blurred vision when looking at the screen.

Other problems: sore throat, inflammation of the vocal cords, headache, pain on movement, migraine, paresis of the facial muscles (bell palsy), speech disorders, stroke-like symptoms, fainting, olfactory hallucinations, stomach ulcers, heartburn, temporary memory loss, profuse night sweats, hallucinations , dry mouth, pain in the hips, heaviness in the lower limbs, vomiting, thyroid dysfunction, hypersensitivity of the legs, swelling in the chin area, exacerbation of chronic infections, diabetes, itchy rash, lower body temperature, high / low blood pressure, need for reading glasses, bleeding gums, hemorrhoids, anal bleeding, swelling of the extremities, burning in the stomach, metallic taste in the mouth, dropsy of the knee joint, back pain, numbness of the skin, feeling hot without fever, fluid retention in the body, inflammatory eye diseases , cough with bloody sputum, dizziness, ear pain, pain when eating, itchy eyes, low satu walkie-talkies, difficulty completing phrases, imbalance, burning in the gums, tingling in the mouth, unusual sensations in the limbs, tingling sensation.

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