Long COVID or Long-haul COVID is used for patients who still have COVID-19 (coronavirus) symptoms several weeks or months after contracting the virus. Symptoms can be numerous, including: severe fatigue, cough, shortness of breath, fever, muscle aches and pains, and many others.
Ongoing discussions - Long COVID
- When did you have COVID-19?
Hello everyone, How are you today? Many cases of "long" or "long-haul" COVID-19 have been discovered in the past months that the virus has been present in the UK. "Long Covid" or "Long-haul" Covid r
- Life before Long COVID: What do you miss most?
Hello everyone, How are you today? Living with Long COVID can take a toll on your daily life, as the symptoms can be so debilitating. What do you miss the most? What do you wish you could get back
- What type of Long COVID symptoms are you dealing with now?
I suffer from genetic allergic asthma and think I had the C19 virus in October last year. I lost my appetite could not eat and had terrible fatigue and my legs were hot and the bones in legs hurt so b
- Are you able to work with Long Covid?
Hello all, How are you holding up? Heart problems, joint pain, neurological "glitches", memory problems, recurrent fever... These are all symptoms listed by people with Long Covid (i.e. COVID-19 sym
- Issues with taste and smell: Have you had any?
Hi, I'm in my early 30s and I had COVID in October with a sore throat, fever, loss of taste and smell, etc. Since then I've gotten all my senses back, both my taste and smell. I had sinusitis about a
- Long Covid: What are your symptoms?
Hello everyone, How are you today? Some COVID-19 patients have still not fully recovered months after being infected. Their symptoms persist, continuously or intermittently, reappear suddenly or the