I haven't had Omicron, but got the first wave of Covid early in 2020.
I seemed to recover well, and my immune system did a splendid job, But since then my back has ached too (lower back in the SI joints) That bothered me sometimes on and off before, as I have some pelvic misalignment and probably slight scoliosis to go with it.
But it has ached more since I had Covid.
I also had on-going fatigue bouts. I had one today. In between them I felt fine! I am still hopeful that these things will gradually decline as time goes by. I am getting less fatigue now generally than I used to.
I wonder if it has something to do with generalised inflammation. It's possible that diet and natural supplements might help to keep the inflammation down. (I am not good with diets, but regularly do eat healthy food, except for some treats...)
I have to be careful with supplements because I have IBS. But maybe you might be interested in some of them to try?
I had covid~ the delta~ in September. I took a mushroom extract which I think helped with my brain fog and fatigue. Vitamin B is good for fatigue too. Eat well, exercise and drink lots of water while caring for yourself. There are long haulers but two months doesn't seem that long to me. Goodluck
YES. I had covid around Christmas, and have fatigue, too. So much fatigue.
I'm just so tired, all the time. :(
I'm sorry you're experiencing it, too.
Covid is very unpredictable so it is not possible to know how long you will have those issues.
Your symptoms have lasted more than a month so you are commonly referred to as a long-hauler and there are many others. There are long-hauler support groups and some doctors treat or study this phenomenon so you might consider those options for information too.