North East UK news 8 signs showing you have already had Covid - even with no symptoms PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - These symptoms and signs could show up months after your battle with the virus

North East UK news 8 signs showing you have already had Covid - even with no symptoms PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - These symptoms and signs could show up months after your battle with the virus

North East UK news  8 signs showing you have already had Covid - even with no symptoms PremierLeague-News.Com
07 April 2021 - 07:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A high temperature, continuous cough and a loss to your sense of smell are main symptoms of coronavirus. And typically people who have had the virus will display some semblance of immunity for months after. But how do you know if you've had Covid-19 without testing positive or taking an antibody test? Well, there are eight tell-tale signs. These symptoms and signs could show up months after your battle with the virus, reports Birmingham Live. Cough - with a difference Persistent coughs are a well-known sign that you may be infected with coronavirus. Typically, these sound different to the usual cough you'll get - and they even differ from 'smokers cough' too. Get free email updates straight to your inbox Sign up to our free newsletter to receive our top stories twice a day as well as up to the minute breaking stories, information on coronavirus and the latest Newcastle United and Sunderland AFC football stories. It takes just seconds to sign up - just click on this link, enter your email address and follow the instructions. If you change your mind you can unsubscribe using the link at the bottom of every newsletter we send out. Find us on the British Newspaper Archive here. Red eyes The College of Optometrists said: "It is recognised that any upper respiratory tract infection may result in viral conjunctivitis as a secondary complication, and this is also the case with Covid. "However, it is unlikely that a person would present with viral conjunctivitis secondary to Covid without other symptoms of fever or a continuous cough as conjunctivitis seems to be a late feature where is has occurred.

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. Stomach trouble A newly published study by the American Journal of Gastroenterology links stomach problems to Covid. They found that 48.5% of 204 people who have been infected by the coronavirus in China's Hubei province had digestive symptoms such as diarrhoea. Fatigue The big issue affecting Covid sufferers months on appears to be a fatigue and tiredness which is incredibly difficult to overcome for those who have had Covid. Read More Related Articles Newcastle has second highest Covid rate rise in England as latest figures announced - full list Brain fog Brain fog has plagued Long Covid sufferers, with people detailing accounts of experiencing it for months after battling the bug. Hot to touch A high temperature is considered a fever when it reaches 37.7C (100F). Sudden loss of taste or smell The three official symptoms of Covid-19 listed by the NHS include a persistent, hard-to-shift cough, which develops quickly. Others include a sudden loss of taste or smell, which was the third official symptom discovered by the likes of the NHS and WHO. Other signs include a fever or high temperature. Read More Related Articles North East leisure bosses eager to get back to work as pubs, salons and gyms push for reopening Read More Related Articles AstraZeneca vaccine trials on children paused as regulators investigate link with blood clots

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