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PremierLeague-News.Com - People who have a "clear line" growing out of their nail may show they have had the disease before
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A leading scientist has issued a warning over a new symptom that could mean you've already had coronavirus. The NHS recognises three official symptoms for Covid-19 - a new and persistent cough, loss of smell or taste and a high temperature. But people who have had the disease have listed various other symptoms such as skin rashes and fatigue. And now it appears people need to be watching out for their nails as they could also indicate they've had Covid before, reports BirminghamLive. According to Professor Tim Spector, people who have a "clear line" growing out of their nail may show they have had the virus before. He wrote: "Do your nails look odd? Covid nails are increasingly being recognised as the nails recover after infection and the growth recovers leaving a clear line. Can occur without skin rashes and appears harmless." Prof Spector, who leads the Zoe Symptom Study app, posted an image on Twitter.
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." A second added: "The same thing occurred to me, critical illness and Septic Shock in 2018-2019. Both hair and nails cleared up as I became well, started to gain my weight back, went through intense rehab, and became healthy. Illness takes a toll on all parts of the body. The body is amazing." A third wrote: "Nails and hair are a reflection of the bodies health. Stress as well as various illnesses can show in the nails so not just a sign you've had Covid." Prof Spector wrote on Twitter in January: "One in five people with Covid still present with less common symptoms that don't get on the official PHE [Public Health England] list."
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