Listen, one day at a time, okay? Don't start worrying about a long time in the future - just one day at a time.
A 37.2 is barely a low grade temp - 37 is the norm, right? I wouldn't call that anything.
What are the protocols for isolation in your country? Do you have to test negative to not isolate anymore?
The really good news is that your lungs are clear, and your heart is good, right?
Hang in there.
started monitoring fever --> its always 37.2 i think is a low grade fever no ?
guys last evening my situation got worse. I called emergency services:
1. I couldnt breath at all
2. Pain in chest was so much
3. Heart beats were disturbing
they took me to hospital doctor checked everything and said nothing is with you he did xray of lungs and said nothing to worry
then he performed an ECG which was abnormal so they shifted me to ICU and monitored me for 20 hours and told me that my chest pain may be due to my heart condition.
and told me nothing to worry related to covid my quarantine is finishing tomorrow but last night in hospital 2 different departments performed 2 covid tests which are still positive :(
my concern is if i will not be negative for long long time i will be stuck here in a strange country
1oth day starting soon.
xray performed docotr said lungs are ok. i wanted to atach the report here but i dont see any option to attach a document can you guys guide me?
xray for chest was performed for pnemonia and etc.
just started 9th day.
1. pain in chest (bearable but there is pain)
2. difficulty in breathing ( oxygen level 97 drops to 96 then rise to 97) fluctuating so fast between 96 and 97
3. No taste no smell
what happens if these are getting worse after 10 days :( why there is a 10 days mark this is so confusing
back again. 6th day started no fever no cough just weakness and oxygen levels are continuously monitored they are on average 97%. is it true that day 6 - day 10 are the most worrisome?
hi guys thankfully i woke-up in the morning its day 3 night was terrible i had to breath with so much effort that my chest is painful.
No fever no soar throat no smell and no taste as well.
i will keep posted here every day so that others can learn
Guidelines vary by country and airline. Since you were fully vaccinated we can expect you to have a normal or better recovery. The American CDC recommendation is 10 days after onset which is what you are planning. Best of luck.
A positive test should not be ignored, even if previous tests were negative. You still have some symptoms which may get worse. You should quarantine and change travel plans.
What kind of doctor are you seeing? I think you need to see a specialist.
When you got this most recent positive, what kind of test was that? Was it another PCR test?
Do you know if you have Omicron or Delta?
I really hope you follow up with your doctor, preferably an infectious disease specialist or a virologist, and I hope you feel better soon. :)
i am vaccinated with Comirnaty and completed my second jab on 06th August 2021