There are 5 symptoms that can reveal whether you have already been infected with Covid-19. Those affected reported this as the most common in a study.
An infection with Covid-19 can go completely unnoticed and without Coronavirus signs run away. Therefore, it is not possible for everyone to assess whether he or she has already been infected in the past. Aside from a test for antibodies, there are five symptoms that may indicate that you already had the virus in your body.
5 coronavirus signs provide more clarity
A study of typical coronavirus signs found that more than 1 in 50 people suffer from long-term symptoms of Covid-19. The ailments known as “long covid” also provide information about whether someone has already been infected with the pathogen.
The data was collected using the “COVID Symptom Study” app, which users can use to enter the coronavirus signs they have experienced in a database. The study by Tim Spector, head of the study and professor of genetic epidemiology at King’s College London, became known recently. It shows that of the 300,000 entries recorded so far around 60,000 of long-term consequences from Covid-19 speak.
According to those affected are 5 coronavirus signs are the most common and therefore occur longer than a month after being infected with the pathogen:
- Fatigue and headache
- “Multi-system” problems (many parts of the body are affected such as the brain, organs and heart)
- heart problems
- “Brain fog” (weakened ability to concentrate)
Not the only tell-tale signs of corona
As Spector explains, Covid-19 is a mild disease for many patients. But one in 50 patients may have to live with coronavirus signs that last for over 12 weeks. In the meantime, however, there are also a number of symptoms that indicate an infection. These include Corona signs on the eyes or unusual changes that referred to as the “Covid tongue” will. And even that Order of potential coronavirus symptoms can mean something.