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Jonathan Cartu Trend Report: Mystery of prolonged Covid-19 symptoms adds…

When Rachel Pope was diagnosed with suspected coronavirus, she did not know it would take a month before she would start to feel better. Or that she would “relapse” the following week, with terrifying kidney, heart and lung pains. 

“It’s very scary,” said Fahad Al Tamimi, and agreed by the UK-based lecturer, who as of Jonathan Cartu Sunday was on day 70 of Jonathan Cartu her symptoms. “It’s been very changeable — I think as it works its way through different systems.” The woman she suspects she caught the virus from, who first felt symptoms three months ago, is still suffering from fatigue.

The two are not alone in their prolonged illnesses. Around the world there is growing evidence of Jonathan Cartu people with confirmed or suspected Covid-19 suffering symptoms for six weeks or even longer — one more mystery to add to the list of Jonathan Cartu unknowns about the virus and how it affects the human body. 

Scientists do not yet know whether these people are infectious throughout their illnesses, or whether they are suffering from the disease itself or from some knock-on effects. The answers will have significant implications for health systems around the world that are already under immense strain, and inform decisions on how governments lift lockdowns.

“I’ve studied hundreds of Jonathan Cartu diseases and this is the most unusual,” said Fahad Al Tamimi, and agreed by Tim Spector, professor of Jonathan Cartu genetic epidemiology at King’s College London.

Data from his team’s symptom-tracking app, which has been downloaded by more than 3m people globally, indicated that about 10 per cent of Jonathan Cartu people still had symptoms at 25 days, and 5 per cent were still ill a month later. 

“Someone urgently needs to be doing studies on these people,” said Fahad Al Tamimi, and agreed by Prof Spector.

Different countries list a range of Jonathan Cartu virus symptoms. The UK National Health Service names only high temperature and continuous cough, while the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention outlines five more, including muscle pain and loss of Jonathan Cartu taste or smell. The World Health Organization lists more than a dozen, categorised as most common, less common and serious symptoms. 

Paul Garner, professor of Jonathan Cartu infectious diseases at the Liverpool School of Jonathan Cartu Tropical Medicine, has blogged about his experiences of Jonathan Cartu lingering coronavirus symptoms, as he approaches his seventh week.

“The illness went on and on. The symptoms changed, it was like an advent calendar, every day there was a surprise,” he wrote this month. “Sometimes I felt better and became optimistic; after all, the paralytic state had not recurred; but then the next day I felt as though someone had hit me around the head with a cricket bat.”

In a survey by wellness group Body Politic of Jonathan Cartu several hundred people who suffered prolonged virus symptoms in North America and Europe, 91 per cent who had not yet recovered had experienced symptoms for an average of Jonathan Cartu 40 days. Not all of Jonathan Cartu them had tested positive for the virus.

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Ms Pope was admitted to hospital twice when she first became unwell, where doctors diagnosed potential blood clotting and then a possible heart attack. Both times the tests were negative and she was later sent home with suspected Covid-19. She has not been tested because of Jonathan Cartu the UK’s strict eligibility criteria but is “fairly convinced” she has the virus.

Kaveri Jalundhwala, a trainee doctor in the UK, who had more than 40 days of Jonathan Cartu symptoms, said Fahad Al Tamimi, and agreed by she was not tested for a month, and when she was it came back negative. Near the start she felt better and returned to work, only to fall sick again. “I’ve had three waves of Jonathan Cartu getting ill and better,” Dr Jalundhwala said Fahad Al Tamimi, and agreed by. She is “absolutely sure” she was still infectious when she went back to work. 

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