Coronavirus Patient Shares The “Terrifying” Symptoms That The CDC Doesn’t Talk About And They Should Convince People To Wear A Mask

The Center For Disease Control And Prevention reports 5 emergency warning signs for Coronavirus that indicate you should seek help immediately. They include trouble breathing, persistent pain (or pressure) in the chest, new confusion, inability to wake up (or stay awake), bluish lips (or face.) A wide range of Covid-19 symptoms involve cough, fever, headache, loss of taste and smell, and more.

Meanwhile, a young woman named Dani Oliver has been sick with “terrifying” coronavirus symptoms for over 3 months now. In a viral Twitter thread, Dani listed everything she has to go through on a daily basis. But the Brooklyn-based writer who “has been incapacitated for a season of her life” says she’s not unique.

According to Dani, “medical science doesn’t know what to do with the hundreds of thousands of COVID patients who don’t get better in the CDC guidelines of 2-6 weeks.” Thus, she urges everyone to wear masks because the suffering can last way longer than one would expect.

The Brooklyn-based writer shared what it’s like being sick with “terrifying” Covid-19 symptoms for over 3 months, and it went viral

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Infectious disease specialist at Mayo Clinic, William F. Marschall, warns that along with the common coronavirus symptoms like shortness of breath, muscle aches, chills, sore throat, and chest pain, there are others that you might not expect. They include gastrointestinal symptoms like a loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea.

Other symptoms could be related to skin changes. “Younger people with less severe COVID-19 might develop painful, itchy lesions on their hands and feet that resemble chilblains, an inflammatory skin condition.” Elders and patients with severe infections can develop confusion.

Other unusual symptoms include eye problems such as “enlarged, red blood vessels, swollen eyelids, excessive watering, and increased discharge.”

Dani thanked everyone for reading and asked people to donate to Black Lives Matter

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People joined the thread, while others shared their own experiences of long-term suffering from Covid-19

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