Health Network” The new crown is not only about brain fog!Study: Hair Loss, Decreased Sex Drive

A new study found that the symptoms of long-term new crown are also symptoms of hair loss and sexual dysfunction (difficulty ejaculation and decreased libido); the picture is a situational photo. (Picture taken from freepik)

[Health Channel/Comprehensive Report]As more and more people recover from Wuhan pneumonia (new coronavirus disease, COVID-19) following being diagnosed, many recovered people say that the common symptoms of “long new crown” include brain fog and physical decline. “Science Daily“(Science Daily) reports that there is now a new study that found that long-term new crown symptoms, hair loss and sexual dysfunction symptoms (difficulty ejaculation and decreased libido), the study was published in “natural medicine》(Nature Medicine)。

Researchers from the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom and clinicians and research teams across the United Kingdom analyzed the health data of 2.4 million British people from January 2020 to April 2021, including 486,149 people who had been diagnosed with Wuhan pneumonia and who had not been diagnosed. In addition to the common loss of smell, shortness of breath, chest pain, and fever, it was found that those who were diagnosed and recovered also suffered from forgetfulness, incontinence, hair loss, and erectile dysfunction.

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The study’s senior author, Shamir M., associate professor of clinical public health at the University of Birmingham. Haroon (transliteration, Shamil Haroon) said that this study verified that even if the symptoms of long-term new crown are very extensive, factors such as living habits and chronic health conditions cannot be used to directly assess the long-term new crown symptoms of patients following recovery.

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The lead author of the paper, Anuradha A. Anuradhaa Subramanian (transliteration, transliteration, Anuradhaa Subramanian) pointed out that in addition to the previously known “smokers, obese people” have a higher risk of long-term new crown, it also found that women are more likely to suffer from autoimmune diseases , the observations will help narrow it down further and focus on investigating factors that may contribute to these persistent symptoms following infection, and how to help patients suffering from them.

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