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By *esster22 OP   Woman 1 week ago

Edinburgh

Weather full on or mild cases, did it leave you muscular pain?

Covid got me last Wednesday. Had the itchy red eyes, and muscle pain all over my body, and the baddest headache ever, even worse than my worst ever migraine. Since it’s all died down, I’m coughing for “England” or should that be Scotland? It’s also triggered my asthma. But I’ve got very bad back pain at the back of my pelvis, hips & thighs.

Anyone else had similar

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By *andyman60Man 1 week ago

Flintshire

Iv had it twice 1st December 2020 lost my dad with it to, and may this year

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By *esster22 OP   Woman 1 week ago

Edinburgh


"Iv had it twice 1st December 2020 lost my dad with it to, and may this year "

Sorry to hear that, but it doesn’t answer my question

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By *alandNitaCouple 1 week ago

Scunthorpe


"Weather full on or mild cases, did it leave you muscular pain?

Covid got me last Wednesday. Had the itchy red eyes, and muscle pain all over my body, and the baddest headache ever, even worse than my worst ever migraine. Since it’s all died down, I’m coughing for “England” or should that be Scotland? It’s also triggered my asthma. But I’ve got very bad back pain at the back of my pelvis, hips & thighs.

Anyone else had similar "

Nothing like that for me.

Cal

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By *hrobbermanMan 1 week ago

Lanarkshire

Yes. I have had it. Two years ago and a second bout about a month back. Both times aching muscles and limbs. Shoulders, lower back, thighs and neck glands also affected. Nasal congestion, earache and sore throat. Just like a regular beefy Flu.

The last of my symptoms from a month back are disappearing (morning sore throat and 'blocked' ears are the last). Just like a regular Flu, takes a wee while to get flushed outta the system.

Tips. Keep drinking loads of fluids. Keep taking Paracetemol and Sudafed for the aches and congestion. Hot showers help upon rising and before bed also help enormously. Try to cut out as much alcohol as possible. Eat plenty of fruit and veg. Get loads of sleep.

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By *wesomeLolaCouple 1 week ago

Peterborough

Had it in January. It was like a minor cold, felt a bit off-colour for about three days, fine after that. Annoyingly I continued testing positive for the entire 11 day isolation period.

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By *ady LickWoman 1 week ago

Northampton Somewhere

Not similar to you OP but a few symptoms took around 10/12 weeks to fully go!

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By *aron_TentakuruMan 1 week ago

Exeter

Had it twice, mild fever for 48 hours, dry cough and a fair bit of fatigue/exhaustion but no sore muscles or anything. Anosmia the first time for about three months with Delta, and Parosmia for over six with Omicron. Otherwise, was fairly mild both times

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By *ohnThomas1Man 1 week ago

Edinburgh


"Weather full on or mild cases, did it leave you muscular pain?

Covid got me last Wednesday. Had the itchy red eyes, and muscle pain all over my body, and the baddest headache ever, even worse than my worst ever migraine. Since it’s all died down, I’m coughing for “England” or should that be Scotland? It’s also triggered my asthma. But I’ve got very bad back pain at the back of my pelvis, hips & thighs.

Anyone else had similar "

I am recovering from it, initially went from boiling to freezing and back again , soaked my sheets, head aches and muscle pains, sore throat but the worst of it subsided after the first night. I have just been chilling since as I am told long covid comes when you try to over do things too early. X

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By *osmocoupleCouple 1 week ago

East Sussex

Long covid usually appears a few weeks/months after. Between 1-3months. It looks like i have long covid, my symptoms are anxiety, dodgy tummy and back ache. Not everyone gets breathlessness.

My sister had covid in April 2020 and is still suffering

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By *osmocoupleCouple 1 week ago

East Sussex

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By *esster22 OP   Woman 1 week ago

Edinburgh


"Weather full on or mild cases, did it leave you muscular pain?

Covid got me last Wednesday. Had the itchy red eyes, and muscle pain all over my body, and the baddest headache ever, even worse than my worst ever migraine. Since it’s all died down, I’m coughing for “England” or should that be Scotland? It’s also triggered my asthma. But I’ve got very bad back pain at the back of my pelvis, hips & thighs.

Anyone else had similar

I am recovering from it, initially went from boiling to freezing and back again , soaked my sheets, head aches and muscle pains, sore throat but the worst of it subsided after the first night. I have just been chilling since as I am told long covid comes when you try to over do things too early. X "

The very first day from testing I had a banging headache, muscle pain from neck, shoulders, top of arms, back, pelvis, hips, thighs and ankles, could literally feel it working it’s way down, when I went to bed I was frozen, couldn’t get warm, so put on my winter blanket. Slowly the pain went but the pelvis, hips & front of thighs have remained. I also have asthma so that’s been triggered again. But weirdly I haven’t actually felt ill.

Long Covid is when the symptoms last longer than they should, but doing too much too soon never helps. I’m on regular painkillers anyway so I’ve had to double them, as can’t take likes of paracetamol

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By *esster22 OP   Woman 1 week ago

Edinburgh


"Long covid usually appears a few weeks/months after. Between 1-3months. It looks like i have long covid, my symptoms are anxiety, dodgy tummy and back ache. Not everyone gets breathlessness.

My sister had covid in April 2020 and is still suffering "

I have a friend who has long Covid, she manages with a nap mid afternoon sometimes starting at 11am.

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By *inky-MinxWoman 1 week ago

Grantham

Yes to muscle aches sadly

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By *a LunaWoman 1 week ago

The Valleys

I have had hip pain since I had it but I wasn’t sure if it was menopause related.

It did leave me with water work problems though, for many weeks after, and then a water infection and I am also breathless A lot easier than I was before Covid.

My eldest (12) has also been left more breathless since having Covid (he already had asthma).

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By *hors fantasyCouple 1 week ago

blackpool

Motion sick for a 48 hours a headache that lasted a few days then been fine since tested lung capacity with 31 days in a row of 4 mile runs, being fit and healthy works wonders for the immune system

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By *esster22 OP   Woman 1 week ago

Edinburgh


"Motion sick for a 48 hours a headache that lasted a few days then been fine since tested lung capacity with 31 days in a row of 4 mile runs, being fit and healthy works wonders for the immune system "

I used to be fit and healthy - not any more though

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By *izandpaulCouple 7 days ago

merseyside


"Weather full on or mild cases, did it leave you muscular pain?

Covid got me last Wednesday. Had the itchy red eyes, and muscle pain all over my body, and the baddest headache ever, even worse than my worst ever migraine. Since it’s all died down, I’m coughing for “England” or should that be Scotland? It’s also triggered my asthma. But I’ve got very bad back pain at the back of my pelvis, hips & thighs.

Anyone else had similar "

I only suffered a bit of a snotty nose and a cough, no real issues.

My husband the same during positive testing.

A week or so later terrible joint pains especially in neck, hip, pelvic region and fingers.

Pain killers, trips to physio and loads of exercise.

Took about 2 - 3 months to ease, not fully better but, for him, exercise and getting back to work is the key to relief.

Hope you get better.

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By *p4funWellyMan 7 days ago

Kettering


"Iv had it twice 1st December 2020 lost my dad with it to, and may this year

Sorry to hear that, but it doesn’t answer my question "

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By *ixenplusoneCouple 6 days ago

northwest


"Iv had it twice 1st December 2020 lost my dad with it to, and may this year

Sorry to hear that, but it doesn’t answer my question "

What a disgusting reply.

Sorry to hear of your loss that must of been awful

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By *xtrafun4youMan 6 days ago

Dunstable

Never got it. The only one that's never got it.

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By *inballs99Man 6 days ago

london

Yes was similar with me all the mentioned and turned my tummy inside out big time all better now but my joints still ache a lot !

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By *elle FleurWoman 6 days ago

Sssshhh!!

Nope. I've had worse colds than when I had covid. I'm unvaccinated so don't know if that had an impact.

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By *nlyForCurvesMan 6 days ago

LONDON


"Weather full on or mild cases, did it leave you muscular pain?

Covid got me last Wednesday. Had the itchy red eyes, and muscle pain all over my body, and the baddest headache ever, even worse than my worst ever migraine. Since it’s all died down, I’m coughing for “England” or should that be Scotland? It’s also triggered my asthma. But I’ve got very bad back pain at the back of my pelvis, hips & thighs.

Anyone else had similar "

I caught covid February of this year and had the worst cough for 3 months after the initialsymptomshad eased! Even now I still get a slight pain in my lower rib.

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By *olex99Man 6 days ago

Hull

The worst thing for me was the cough. It hurt so bad.

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By *ad NannaWoman 6 days ago

East London

I had muscle fatigue and pain; which I suffer with anyone, but it was much worse.

I also got a terrible cold and sore skin from sweating in a balled up position on the sofa.

The heavy cough took ages to go.

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By *T 3.14Woman 6 days ago

Mysterytown

I have muscle pain anyway and it's not been worse since covid. The fatigue was the worst for me.

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By *anilla switchWoman 6 days ago

Hampshire


"Iv had it twice 1st December 2020 lost my dad with it to, and may this year

Sorry to hear that, but it doesn’t answer my question "

Speechless……

So sorry for you loss, thinking of you x

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By *enuineguy76Man 6 days ago

Glasgow


"Nope. I've had worse colds than when I had covid. I'm unvaccinated so don't know if that had an impact. "
your own immune system must have handled it better

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By *adyTeaseWoman 6 days ago

your bed

I had it the October before the vaccine’s came out and I still suffer…I don’t take normal headaches anymore it’s still the sharp/jaggy type, I have eye sight problems, bowel problems, I can ache from head to toe, I get very tired and I still get the burning smell every now and again.

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By *mp411Man 6 days ago

chester

Had the old 19 got slightly warm for an hour slight headache (gone after 2 neurofen) spent 9days and 23 hours under house arrest for nothing unvaxxed, jabbed up friend who gave it to me still suffering a month later

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By *hoirCouple 6 days ago

Bury St Edmunds/Clacton


"Weather full on or mild cases, did it leave you muscular pain?

Covid got me last Wednesday. Had the itchy red eyes, and muscle pain all over my body, and the baddest headache ever, even worse than my worst ever migraine. Since it’s all died down, I’m coughing for “England” or should that be Scotland? It’s also triggered my asthma. But I’ve got very bad back pain at the back of my pelvis, hips & thighs.

Anyone else had similar "

Normal influenza and COVID type symptoms so it'll pass.

C

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By *lwaysup4it69Couple 6 days ago

Kirkby in Ashfield

We both had it Jan 2021. Janine was rough for good week with it I, Sean suffered for a month with it including a week in hospital on oxygen. Since having it I have developed hay fever and not so much pains but pins and needles in my feet and hands. Pretty sure it’s impacted on by blood circulation

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By *esster22 OP   Woman 6 days ago

Edinburgh


"Iv had it twice 1st December 2020 lost my dad with it to, and may this year

Sorry to hear that, but it doesn’t answer my question

What a disgusting reply.

Sorry to hear of your loss that must of been awful "

Why is it a ‘disgusting’ reply? I did say I was sorry hear about his family & no it didn’t answer my question

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By *esster22 OP   Woman 6 days ago

Edinburgh

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By *ophieslutTV/TS 6 days ago

Central

Covid causes inflammation, so there's a mechanism that could influence the development of back pain.

I recollect that omicron has been locked to people reporting lower back pain, so it seems feasible that new pain, or resurgence of earlier problems, could follow a covid infection.

It's worth digging further into new research evidence. Hope you get to feel some relief soon OP.

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By *esster22 OP   Woman 5 days ago

Edinburgh


"Covid causes inflammation, so there's a mechanism that could influence the development of back pain.

I recollect that omicron has been locked to people reporting lower back pain, so it seems feasible that new pain, or resurgence of earlier problems, could follow a covid infection.

It's worth digging further into new research evidence. Hope you get to feel some relief soon OP. "

Thanks. I did mention to dr, she says she’s never heard of anyone being affected by muscular pain with Covid (I don’t believe her) oh well double painkillers it is since I can’t take anything else

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By *esster22 OP   Woman 5 days ago

Edinburgh


"I had it the October before the vaccine’s came out and I still suffer…I don’t take normal headaches anymore it’s still the sharp/jaggy type, I have eye sight problems, bowel problems, I can ache from head to toe, I get very tired and I still get the burning smell every now and again. "

That sounds awful, sorry to hear that. Do you take extra Vitamin D capsules? They might help with the fatigue

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By *uocumCouple 4 days ago

Carlisle

Yep have had muscle pain, breathing difficulties and general tiredness since had it. Wouldnt mind but have ti stop half way through now to take ae a breather lol

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By *mma1973Woman 4 days ago

Here

I'm still in pain 18 months later

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By *ULL IN A CHINA SHOPMan 4 days ago

dorset


"Iv had it twice 1st December 2020 lost my dad with it to, and may this year

Sorry to hear that, but it doesn’t answer my question "

lol

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By *mwirralMan 4 days ago

wirral

To be fair I hardly noticed i had it, very different experience for different people

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By *aiseaneyebrowMan 4 days ago

fylde.

Can’t say I experienced muscular pain.

I’d say for me it was like flu with a strange shortness or shallowness of breathing and crippling headaches

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By *ingTong68Man 4 days ago

audley


"Weather full on or mild cases, did it leave you muscular pain?

Covid got me last Wednesday. Had the itchy red eyes, and muscle pain all over my body, and the baddest headache ever, even worse than my worst ever migraine. Since it’s all died down, I’m coughing for “England” or should that be Scotland? It’s also triggered my asthma. But I’ve got very bad back pain at the back of my pelvis, hips & thighs.

Anyone else had similar "

I had the booster on 10th December and tested positive on 17th December. Felt like shit ever since really. Fatigue, sore eyes and aches and pains. Had it again 2 weeks ago. Was worse 2nd time round. Affected my asthma much more. Really had problems breathing for a few days. Still coughing but no longer positive.

Constantly tired. Getting through the work day is tough

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By *loomsburyMan 4 days ago

central london

Had it twice, left me with nothing, and, so far as i’m aware, no one i know has had any lasting ill effects from it either.

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By *abJoe78Man 4 days ago

cork


"Weather full on or mild cases, did it leave you muscular pain?

Covid got me last Wednesday. Had the itchy red eyes, and muscle pain all over my body, and the baddest headache ever, even worse than my worst ever migraine. Since it’s all died down, I’m coughing for “England” or should that be Scotland? It’s also triggered my asthma. But I’ve got very bad back pain at the back of my pelvis, hips & thighs.

Anyone else had similar "

I am negative now but I had all those

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By *thleticSouthPleaserMan 4 days ago

south england

Eat well sleep well keep hydrated and get the body working Ideally swimming when you feel capable to do so also get some moringa powder from Holland and Barrett’s the stuff works miracles hence why it’s dubbed the miracle tree don’t believe me.... do some research, once you start these things you’ll feel an improvement trust me .

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By *ildarekinkstersCouple 4 days ago

A good bit south of dublin

I was one of the lucky ones. My case was mild enough. Coughing, snotty nose, tiredness and muscle pain all over. Wasn't right up to three weeks after. Still get chest pains four months later.

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By *oralminxWoman 4 days ago

Hornyville


"Covid causes inflammation, so there's a mechanism that could influence the development of back pain.

I recollect that omicron has been locked to people reporting lower back pain, so it seems feasible that new pain, or resurgence of earlier problems, could follow a covid infection.

It's worth digging further into new research evidence. Hope you get to feel some relief soon OP.

Thanks. I did mention to dr, she says she’s never heard of anyone being affected by muscular pain with Covid (I don’t believe her) oh well double painkillers it is since I can’t take anything else "

I hope you mean different analgesia than double dosing on one type.

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By *ussex team upCouple (MM) 4 days ago

Brighton

Has left me with deep pain in my thighs .....

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By *lu1986Couple 4 days ago

Larksville

I had it last week muscle pains headache and scratchy throat.

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By *ltel247Man 4 days ago

Birmingham

I suffered with muscle pain for a couple of days (aches all over) but that subsided. Guess I was one of the lucky ones. Hope you feel better soon.

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By *innie The MinxWoman 4 days ago

The Land Beyond the Beyond

Had Covid last July. Have had joint pain ever since. Is only just starting to wear off.

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By *ay-89Woman 4 days ago

Norwich

I had pain in my hips, lower back and my sciatica flared up. I put it down to basically spending all my time in bed or on the sofa for the almost 2 weeks and the positions I was sitting or sleeping in.

Hopefully your pain goes swiftly.

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By *auxhallboiMan 4 days ago

Sherringham


"Weather full on or mild cases, did it leave you muscular pain?

Covid got me last Wednesday. Had the itchy red eyes, and muscle pain all over my body, and the baddest headache ever, even worse than my worst ever migraine. Since it’s all died down, I’m coughing for “England” or should that be Scotland? It’s also triggered my asthma. But I’ve got very bad back pain at the back of my pelvis, hips & thighs.

Anyone else had similar "

This symptom is often a feature of long covid.

Best to make an appointment with your Gp and ask them to refer you to the long covid clinic.

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By *auxhallboiMan 4 days ago

Sherringham


"Covid causes inflammation, so there's a mechanism that could influence the development of back pain.

I recollect that omicron has been locked to people reporting lower back pain, so it seems feasible that new pain, or resurgence of earlier problems, could follow a covid infection.

It's worth digging further into new research evidence. Hope you get to feel some relief soon OP.

Thanks. I did mention to dr, she says she’s never heard of anyone being affected by muscular pain with Covid (I don’t believe her) oh well double painkillers it is since I can’t take anything else "

Sorry to say your GP is talking out of his/ her arse. I’ve seen patients in a long covid clinic who have exactly those symptoms. I’d urge you to make an appointment with a different doctor.

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By *orty-coupleCouple 4 days ago

Leyland

I had pain in my hips, back, side, shoulder blades. It moved around, it was a pain that was sore to touch even. It gradually faded away. I was unwell for about two weeks, knackered for a few months and still can't taste or smell like I did previously and I'm a year down the line. Hope you're feeling better soon xx

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By *esster22 OP   Woman 3 days ago

Edinburgh


"Covid causes inflammation, so there's a mechanism that could influence the development of back pain.

I recollect that omicron has been locked to people reporting lower back pain, so it seems feasible that new pain, or resurgence of earlier problems, could follow a covid infection.

It's worth digging further into new research evidence. Hope you get to feel some relief soon OP.

Thanks. I did mention to dr, she says she’s never heard of anyone being affected by muscular pain with Covid (I don’t believe her) oh well double painkillers it is since I can’t take anything else

Sorry to say your GP is talking out of his/ her arse. I’ve seen patients in a long covid clinic who have exactly those symptoms. I’d urge you to make an appointment with a different doctor.

"

Are you a dr? Or clinician? (Am not doubting what you’re saying)

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By *irtycjMan 3 days ago

Weston-super-Mare

Yeah had it not good when I've had a transplant but lasted a week

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By *appytochatMan 3 days ago

Deep in the New Forest

Had it 2 weeks ago. No real sign of anything apart from a tickle in the throat late one night... Woke the next day with hot and cold sweats which lasted 24hrs. The rest of the week everything just felt a real effort. Wouldnt say I had any new achs or pains. But the bad back I suffer with and the bicep tendon I ruptured last year felt worse than normal.

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By *asygoing65321Man 3 days ago

Derby

I felt like crap for ages. Hot and cold sweats, like flu on steroids. I had aches but they passed. The cough lasted for months though. And my sense of smell and taste are still not 100% nearly 10 months later.

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By *ustauseerTV/TS 3 days ago

Bridgwater

This time 0/10. I rebuke it.

I’ve extreme photosensitivity, and there’s a burning sensation inside my nose. I have lost all of taste and smell.

Currently on day 5 of being with this thing, but I didn’t test positive until yesterday

The fever is the worst imo, but that’s because I’m burning like a plasma reactor at the best of times. Much more and I feel like I’m gonna go ’nova.

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By *oralminxWoman 3 days ago

Hornyville


"This time 0/10. I rebuke it.

I’ve extreme photosensitivity, and there’s a burning sensation inside my nose. I have lost all of taste and smell.

Currently on day 5 of being with this thing, but I didn’t test positive until yesterday

The fever is the worst imo, but that’s because I’m burning like a plasma reactor at the best of times. Much more and I feel like I’m gonna go ’nova. "

Paracetamol for the fever (this is what paracetamol is designed to do, reduce fever, pain relief is a bonus).

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By *esster22 OP   Woman 3 days ago

Edinburgh


"This time 0/10. I rebuke it.

I’ve extreme photosensitivity, and there’s a burning sensation inside my nose. I have lost all of taste and smell.

Currently on day 5 of being with this thing, but I didn’t test positive until yesterday

The fever is the worst imo, but that’s because I’m burning like a plasma reactor at the best of times. Much more and I feel like I’m gonna go ’nova.

Paracetamol for the fever (this is what paracetamol is designed to do, reduce fever, pain relief is a bonus)."

Paracetamol is no good if you can’t take it

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By *ide willyMan 2 days ago

jersey

I got covid right at the beginning took me out for four months and another 12 before i could work again it attacked my central-nervous system and muscles especially the ankles legs joints who knows when if i will ever conquer the full effect of long covid but i did get covid again not long ago and wasnt as bad as the first time so my own immune system has worked you have to fight the bugger and beat it and ride any hurdles that long covid may bring every person is different loss of appetite taste cold hot fevers dry throat the repeat cough fever can play games with you mind at beginning you can get brain fog after ive had all off this went fir a bike ride after first time to test my lungs. Went around the block Came back coughing said sod that tried again 2 months later i was no where near as bad and for a guy who rode major hundreds of miles a week for years i found out how covid had effected me it slows you down

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By *..FabaceousMan 2 days ago

Merseyside


"Weather full on or mild cases, did it leave you muscular pain?

Covid got me last Wednesday. Had the itchy red eyes, and muscle pain all over my body, and the baddest headache ever, even worse than my worst ever migraine. Since it’s all died down, I’m coughing for “England” or should that be Scotland? It’s also triggered my asthma. But I’ve got very bad back pain at the back of my pelvis, hips & thighs.

Anyone else had similar "

Yes. I got Covid for the 2nd time in Feb 2022. I have never recovered. My muscle pain is mostly in my legs. I have lots of other symptoms as well.

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By *nlydesicandyTV/TS 2 days ago

INDIA

I still have tinnitus and digestion issues almlost 6 months on

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By *oralminxWoman 2 days ago

Hornyville


"This time 0/10. I rebuke it.

I’ve extreme photosensitivity, and there’s a burning sensation inside my nose. I have lost all of taste and smell.

Currently on day 5 of being with this thing, but I didn’t test positive until yesterday

The fever is the worst imo, but that’s because I’m burning like a plasma reactor at the best of times. Much more and I feel like I’m gonna go ’nova.

Paracetamol for the fever (this is what paracetamol is designed to do, reduce fever, pain relief is a bonus).

Paracetamol is no good if you can’t take it "

Talk to your pharmacist about alternative antipyretics. Ibuprofen is one but has contraindications therefore paramount you discuss with a healthcare professional.

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By *uv2watch2.0Man 2 days ago

weymouth

Me and my miss had covid. I had temperature for 3 days she had for 7days thats about it

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By *ocGMan 2 days ago

Leicesters

Muscle pain and weakness, stamina poor, poor sleep, occasional brain fog although that is starting to resolve after 6 months

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By *esster22 OP   Woman 2 days ago

Edinburgh


"This time 0/10. I rebuke it.

I’ve extreme photosensitivity, and there’s a burning sensation inside my nose. I have lost all of taste and smell.

Currently on day 5 of being with this thing, but I didn’t test positive until yesterday

The fever is the worst imo, but that’s because I’m burning like a plasma reactor at the best of times. Much more and I feel like I’m gonna go ’nova.

Paracetamol for the fever (this is what paracetamol is designed to do, reduce fever, pain relief is a bonus).

Paracetamol is no good if you can’t take it

Talk to your pharmacist about alternative antipyretics. Ibuprofen is one but has contraindications therefore paramount you discuss with a healthcare professional. "

The only other pain relief I can take outside of my normal ones is Aspirin which does nothing for fevers

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By *ide willyMan 2 days ago

jersey

Same as me legs muscles joints from over 2 years ago arnt what they were strength

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By *onandCouple 2 days ago

Cheadle

Never actually got Covid but since the third vaccine….. poorly…. Dreadful nose bleeds and then a blood clot which caused a heart attack! Doing fine now……….

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By *esster22 OP   Woman 2 days ago

Edinburgh


"Never actually got Covid but since the third vaccine….. poorly…. Dreadful nose bleeds and then a blood clot which caused a heart attack! Doing fine now………."

Yep me too prior to Covid, actually started in Sept with CMV ill for 6 weeks, then had Covid booster in November, bronchitis in dec and feb/March, and chest infection in April/May, then Covid in June, couldn’t make it up. Swithering weather I want another booster or not?

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By *ustauseerTV/TS 2 days ago

Bridgwater


"This time 0/10. I rebuke it.

I’ve extreme photosensitivity, and there’s a burning sensation inside my nose. I have lost all of taste and smell.

Currently on day 5 of being with this thing, but I didn’t test positive until yesterday

The fever is the worst imo, but that’s because I’m burning like a plasma reactor at the best of times. Much more and I feel like I’m gonna go ’nova.

Paracetamol for the fever (this is what paracetamol is designed to do, reduce fever, pain relief is a bonus)."

I’m doing what needs to be done i’m just not happy about it. I loathe being ill.

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By *etmebeurfantasyWoman 2 days ago

My town

I had it just over two weeks ago...sense of smell and taste still not rightand still very tired but it's been a hard few weeks so thinking it that as well

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By *igBrianSWMan 2 days ago

Near WSM

Sounds very similar to my experience. I’m still finding I tire easily weeks later.

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By *esster22 OP   Woman 2 days ago

Edinburgh


"Sounds very similar to my experience. I’m still finding I tire easily weeks later. "

Have you tried taking vitamin D?

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By *ingerie whoreTV/TS 2 days ago

kirk hammerton

I had it in Oct 2020 and iv suffering with long covid fatigue joint pain and tooth loss believe it or not

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By *ave4funreturnsMan 2 days ago

Belfast

Had it Jan 21, one day fine doing everything normal next day ICU and given 20% chance of making the next day.

Had a CPAP Mask strapped to me left bruises for 2 months after it was off.

Without that pure O2 pumping into me I would be dead. It cleared my lungs and that saved me from any long covid effects thankfully

Lost 3 stone in 10 days,

Took a year to get taste back for Beer, everything else was fine just Beer, but now I can drink Whiskey without getting d*unk, mad side affect costly too LOL

All good had 3 jabs going to get 4th, and enjoying life

Deep Breathing exercises cleaning out lungs is key to recovery.

Dave

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By *mp411Man 2 days ago

chester


"Had it Jan 21, one day fine doing everything normal next day ICU and given 20% chance of making the next day.

Had a CPAP Mask strapped to me left bruises for 2 months after it was off.

Without that pure O2 pumping into me I would be dead. It cleared my lungs and that saved me from any long covid effects thankfully

Lost 3 stone in 10 days,

Took a year to get taste back for Beer, everything else was fine just Beer, but now I can drink Whiskey without getting d*unk, mad side affect costly too LOL

All good had 3 jabs going to get 4th, and enjoying life

Deep Breathing exercises cleaning out lungs is key to recovery.

Dave"

Jabbed before or after the hospital visit?

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By *esster22 OP   Woman 1 day ago

Edinburgh


"Had it Jan 21, one day fine doing everything normal next day ICU and given 20% chance of making the next day.

Had a CPAP Mask strapped to me left bruises for 2 months after it was off.

Without that pure O2 pumping into me I would be dead. It cleared my lungs and that saved me from any long covid effects thankfully

Lost 3 stone in 10 days,

Took a year to get taste back for Beer, everything else was fine just Beer, but now I can drink Whiskey without getting d*unk, mad side affect costly too LOL

All good had 3 jabs going to get 4th, and enjoying life

Deep Breathing exercises cleaning out lungs is key to recovery.

Dave"

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By *rijj73Man 1 day ago

croydon

Ached all over

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By *MmadnessCouple 1 day ago

wokingham

I had it. Very mild symptoms. Sightly sore throat for 1 day and a phlegmy cough for 2 weeks. Im not vaccinated. By all accounts I should be dead. Yet here I am.

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By *alcon43Woman 24 hours ago

Paisley

I’m having more issues with knees, hips and shoulders since having covid.

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By *oralminxWoman 23 hours ago

Hornyville


"I had it. Very mild symptoms. Sightly sore throat for 1 day and a phlegmy cough for 2 weeks. Im not vaccinated. By all accounts I should be dead. Yet here I am. "

Why should you be dead? You got a virus with a low fatality rating and your immune system fought it off.

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By *nniebel452Woman 22 hours ago

Bournemouth/ Southampton (they/them)

I had it and nearly died…still suffering 10 months on. I was vaccinated twice when I had it but I’m also incredibly vulnerable hence why I ended up like that

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By *ave4funreturnsMan 10 hours ago

Belfast


"Had it Jan 21, one day fine doing everything normal next day ICU and given 20% chance of making the next day.

Had a CPAP Mask strapped to me left bruises for 2 months after it was off.

Without that pure O2 pumping into me I would be dead. It cleared my lungs and that saved me from any long covid effects thankfully

Lost 3 stone in 10 days,

Took a year to get taste back for Beer, everything else was fine just Beer, but now I can drink Whiskey without getting d*unk, mad side affect costly too LOL

All good had 3 jabs going to get 4th, and enjoying life

Deep Breathing exercises cleaning out lungs is key to recovery.

Dave

Jabbed before or after the hospital visit? "

After hospital and I have No Underlying conditions and saw people suffering that still haunt me including a 35 year old who didn't make it.

Those that think it's cold, well it is now, but first year it was stronger and killed people

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By *ubal1Man 9 hours ago

Down

Had it twice; most recently three weeks ago.

Thankfully, my ability to taste my food is gradually returning!

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