Am I Exposed To Covid-19
Doc, I’m sick, my stomach acid is getting better now. But now my throat hurts a bit like a fishing rod sometimes my head gets dizzy. Are those symptoms of covid-19 dock?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. When talking about covid-19 symptoms, the disease has very broad symptoms. Starting from no symptoms at all, symptoms that are not related to the main disease such as diarrhea, abdominal pain and the appearance of spots on the skin, mild flu-like symptoms such as nasal congestion, pain in swallowing, dizziness, and sneezing, to coughing, fever, and severe shortness of breath.
So regarding your question, if you say whether it is a symptom of co-19, then it is indeed a symptom of co-19, but that is not necessarily what you experience. Symptoms can be said to be a feature of a disease, and if analogous in other aspects it will be like that, clothes belonging to A have the characteristics of cotton, do not have buttons, black, have printed letters, and large. This trait does represent A's clothes, but of course there are many other clothes that have similar characteristics. Therefore even though the characteristics are the same, not necessarily it is the same item. Likewise with your condition, a sore throat and dizziness are indeed symptoms of covid, but not necessarily covid, until in the end you are tested positive by supporting tests.
Our advice, support your immune system by staying at home first and not leaving unless there are matters that are indeed important and cannot be represented, multiply breaks, consumption of warm food and drinks, avoid spicy, sour and oily foods as well as coffee, reduce being at in front of the screen, and if it continues or gets worse, see a doctor immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.