3 COVID Symptoms Observed by Doctors That May Never End

During the throes of the virus the number of COVID-19 symptoms listed by the CDC included chills, fever, stomach distress, and many more. Now, some new research has shown that certain COVID-19 symptoms can last for months even after you have recovered. Some reports have stated: “In the first study to show a conclusive pattern, researchers at North Bristol NHS Trust found that three quarters of virus patients treated at Bristol’s Southmead Hospital were still experiencing problems three months later”.


There are a few COVID-19 symptoms that nearly 75% of patients have to deal with post recovery for a long time. Doctors are still unable to find an effective treatment that can cure these symptoms. These symptoms include:


COVID-19 can cause lung-scaring since it is a serious respiratory disease. Besides this, it can have many other side effects which include breathing difficulties. According to Dr. Scott Krakower: “The strangest thing about this illness was that he would seemingly start to recover, and then his symptoms would come roaring back worse than before. I would feel better for a period of like three or four days, almost to the point like I felt like the illness was gone, and then I rapidly deteriorated again”.


He continued to say: “And then out of nowhere, the whole thing spiraled down even more violent than the first time around. It was literally like my throat would start to swell and then I couldn’t talk”.


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2Muscle aches

The NY Times reported : “Although body aches are a common symptom of Covid-19, some patients are reporting severe joint and body pain, particularly in large muscles”.

“Although it’s rare, Covid-19 can cause painful inflammation in the joints or lead to rhabdomyolysis, a serious and potentially life-threatening illness that can cause excruciating muscle pain in the shoulders, thighs or lower back”.

Muscle aches

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3Excessive fatigue

Excessive fatigue is one of the most commonly reported COVID symptoms that have been considered as a “long hauler”. The top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, said at the International AIDS Conference- “Brain fog, fatigue, and difficulty in concentrating. So, this is something we really need to seriously look at because it very well might be a post-viral syndrome associated with COVID-19”.

Excessive fatigue

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