After the findings about the fight against the epidemic, it was revealed that there were changes in the clinical symptoms of the disease. In the third wave, which started with the spring months, changes in the general course of both the mutant virus and the pandemic were detected.
WHAT ARE THE NEW CLINICAL SYMPTOMS OF THE CORONAVIRUS?
The course of the pandemic changed with the spring. Cough and fever may not be the first symptoms anymore. Nasal congestion and cold symptoms started to be seen as well. The majority of patients sneezing and runny nose started to apply with. Citizens are therefore more ear-nose-throat services It was observed that they applied.
The latest list of symptoms that may be indicative of Covid-19 determined by the CDC is as follows:
* Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
* Chills that repeat with chills
* Throat ache
* Loss of taste and smell
WHAT ARE THE FIRST SYMPTOMS OF CORONAVIRUS? (DAY DAY)
1-3. Day: Common cold and flu-like symptoms occur. Mild fever and sore throat may be seen. If immunity is weak, nausea and diarrhea may occur.
4th day: Sore throat gets worse. The voice becomes hoarse. There may be difficulty in eating and drinking. Diarrhea begins with mild headache.
5th day: Sore throat gets worse. Eating and drinking becomes quite painful. It would be painful to move the body and limbs. Joint pains are seen.
6th day: Dry cough begins. Sore throat is aggravated when swallowing while speaking. Severe exhaustion begins. Nausea increases. Difficulty in breathing is experienced from time to time. Diarrhea and vomiting are aggravated.
7th day: Fever rises to 38 degrees. Cough and sputum become very severe. Vomiting becomes very severe with body and headaches.
8th day: It becomes very difficult to breathe. The chest area is felt very heavily. Head and joint pain increases with cough. Body temperature rises above 38 degrees.
9th day: All symptoms increase severely. There is a bluishness on the face or lips. Cough and sputum become very severe. Vomiting becomes very severe with body and headaches. If you have these symptoms, seek medical attention immediately.
Examining the data in China, doctors announced that conjunctivitis, also known as pink eye (the redness and inflammation of the area covering the membranes of the whites of the eyes and the inner eyelids) may be a rare symptom of the coronavirus. Experts warned ophthalmologists that people with conjunctivitis, redness, swelling and sometimes sticky discharge in one or both eyes should be alert if they have symptoms such as cough, shortness of breath, fever and respiratory symptoms.