Almost everybody carries dormant viruses such as those behind chicken pox and glandular fever and scientists are asking whether these are being reactivated by Covid
So basically my intelligence has now dropped to the level of most MP's?
Haven't had a cold sore for 20 years, but got one recently. Zovirax blitzed it.Almost everybody carries dormant viruses such as those behind chicken pox and glandular fever and scientists are asking whether these are being reactivated by Covidinews.co.uk
I seem to have had an almost permanent cold (runny nose and sneezing) since I had covid march 2020. Prior to that I had less than five episodes of a cold in over 20 years.Almost everybody carries dormant viruses such as those behind chicken pox and glandular fever and scientists are asking whether these are being reactivated by Covidinews.co.uk
I find Islay malt whisky (preferably cask strength) does an even better job applied neat to the affected area. Given the cost and limited shelf life of Zovirax, it's also appreciably cheaperHaven't had a cold sore for 20 years, but got one recently. Zovirax blitzed it.
I’m not wanting to belittle those with fear of the side effects of the vaccine because though rare (by comparison) to the virus it’s a real thing some have suffered from but we as in my family didn’t get Covid bad in fact me or the wife barely blinked an eye at it’s affects but long term the list of symptoms and continued affects from what on the face of it was a mild infection I can only imagine what those who took Covid bad are suffering with.
At least the lcc is doing something.
Did you suffer a relapse after your second jab, I did and took me close on 10 weeks to get over some of my reoccurring symptomsI contacted them on the 29th of July and as of today they still do not know when they can make time to talk to me.
I'm really struggling at the moment, a huge step backwards during the heatwave with my heart rate which had been going down shooting back up again, I'm now almost completely unable to get any sleep that provides relief or restoration, I cannot begin to explain the tiredness which goes so far beyond being tired.
I have not had the wherewithal or energy to update my sales thread, who knew taking pictures coulld be so tiring or that typing can take so much out of you.
I was doing pretty well with this post then noticed a few brain fog typos coming in so had to rest and then correct and post, nothing is meant to be this hard, almost eighteen months in, surely I should have just kept getting better?
Did you suffer a relapse after your second jab, I did and took me close on 10 weeks to get over some of my reoccurring symptoms
I suffered insomnia for quite a while with Covid and nothing cured it apart from time, for several weeks I see maybe 2-3 hours sleep per night and then around tea time I would crash for an hour.No the first setback was in November about six months before I had the jabs and although the second jab knocked me a little it did not make a huge difference, but the heat at the end of July and beginning of August has really buggered me up.
Recent scientific data provides solid arguments in favour of the recognition of long-term Covid in children. Dr Aurélie Morand , Pediatric infectious disease specialist at the Timone hospital (Marseille), where children have been followed for over a year, believes that it is time to educate doctors on this pathology which does not only concern adults. . Interview.
For the first time, the cerebral reality of the long form of the disease is demonstrated in children. Seven young patients suffering from persistent symptoms were explored by functional imaging (PET-scan) in the nuclear medicine department of the Timone hospital, headed by Pr Guedj. "The complaints of these children can not simply be explained by psychological and psychiatric disorders", believes the specialist who has already identified, identically, this brain damage in adult patients, and who today favors the 'hypothesis of inflammation of the brain, at the time of infection with SARS-CoV-2, to explain, in a sub-group of patients, the very long-lasting symptoms: “There is real brain damage. We cannot sum it up to something purely functional. "
I suffered insomnia for quite a while with Covid and nothing cured it apart from time, for several weeks I see maybe 2-3 hours sleep per night and then around tea time I would crash for an hour.
General tiredness is something I don’t think any of us truly get over, maybe in time it will disappear but like you it’s something that in my case has persisted beyond all other symptoms.
By any chance did you suffer scalp pain for a period after getting Covid, maybe a couple of weeks at some point where your hair was really sore to touch, it’s something everyone I have spoke with who suffered Covid seems to have experienced.
Not pain per se, but it was definitely an unpleasant sensation and did thankfully go away, but I do notice how sensitive my scalp/skin are now, a real change from precovid.
The constant headache, the auditory hallucinations and the fatigue/tiredness are the major things kicking my butt, the aches and pains I'm sadly resigned to right now (All far worse since the heatwave we had).
That was amazing and sad to read but my god does it make me feel a little better that being ignored is still a global thing, it depersonalises it a little bit thanks for posting it.It's a pity it still gets downplayed, mostly it seems by those who foolishly deem themselves invincible.
This is excellent.
It is so weird, both myself and the wife have started to suffer the dizzy almost out of body feeling for about 3 days, OK out of body is a bit much but it's as if your head isn't quite yours and you feel a bit detached.
Has anyone else ever experienced this???