The 11 Newest Coronavirus Symptoms You Should Know About

The new coronavirus which is responsible for causing COVID-19 is still under research as there is still a lot about it that doctors and specialist don’t know. While the widely reported symptoms of this virus mainly include shortness of breath, fever, and so on, doctors have recently discovered new symptoms. Besides the typical symptoms patients feel when they get infected with the virus there are many other symptoms which arise over time.

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Among the newest coronavirus symptoms discovered here is a list of what some of them are, according to what doctors have shared.

1Blood clots

Blood clots

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COVID-19 not only affects the respiratory system but can even alter the ways in which blood clots. The virus can damage the inner lining of the blood vessels and cause unnatural blood clotting within the veins and arteries.

This could be the reason behind why people with diabetes, heart disease, and high blood pressure have higher morbidity. Among the latest symptoms recognized, blood clots are one of the newest coronavirus symptoms under extensive research.

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2Strokes or other large blood vessel blockages

Strokes or other large blood vessel blockages

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Since the virus is responsible for damaging the inner lining of the blood vessels leading to blood clots, these clots can potentially break off and travel upwards to the brain. This can dislodge the brain which will ultimately lead to a stroke.

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But this also involves a blood clot in one of the larger arteries such as the deep veins of the legs, and the arteries of the heart in addition to arteries that go to the brain. These blood clots block the arteries and lead to strokes, and heart attacks. These symptoms have been classified as atypical findings in COVID-19 patients, particularly in the younger ones.

3Heart Issues

Heart Issues

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Patients who have been deemed critical with severe COVID-19 symptoms can experience heart issues as well. Heart symptoms triggered by the virus include heart arrhythmia and heart attacks.

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