Coughing With The Flu, Chest Tightness After Returning From Areas Exposed To Corona
Tonight. I just returned from Seoul last February 28th. As per the government’s suggestion, I have immediately taken self-quarantine … The problem is I do not know whether I am really healthy or not … Since March 1 I felt I wanted the flu (felt from an uncomfortable nose and throat) then on March 2 I started coughing (lightly), sneezing, body temperature 37.1 and felt my chest like being crushed. On the 2nd night I drank rhinos … On the 3rd March coughing, sneezing, the heat and the feeling of the flu were gone, but my chest still felt crushed … On the 4th of March the taste of the flu was there again and I drank more rhinos … Now the date March 5, the night before the flu recurred again and the throat felt sandy … The chest felt crushed and a little tight until it felt sore back … Heart palpitations and head felt dizzy … Am I ok?
Because the corona virus infection is currently epidemic, it is necessary to take special countermeasures such as quarantine (either alone or in mass) in people who have a history of travel in the area of the outbreak to minimize the spread of the disease.
The emergence of complaints that you experience can be caused by several things, namely:
Flu Acute respiratory tract infections Corona virus infection The main symptoms of corona virus infection are fever, cough and shortness of breath. Because you have a history of traveling to endemic areas and experiencing these complaints, I strongly recommend that you contact (call) the health center in your area to be examined to ascertain the cause of your complaint so that appropriate handling steps can be taken.
You can also take over-the-counter medicines to help deal with your complaints. In addition, you should consume enough water, get enough rest and consume healthy, balanced nutritious foods to support the healing process. You should also avoid contact with other people for a while and wear masks and gloves when traveling or in a public place.
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