Possible Infection With Corona Virus When Colds, Dry Throat And Dizziness
hello doksku want to ask, I have experienced symptoms of colds and dry throat but now it is cured now I feel dizzy in my head whether I contracted the corona virus huh?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Symptoms of the corona virus include fever, coughing, and shortness of breath. But in some people, the symptoms that appear can also be similar to the common cold, with sneezing, nasal congestion, painful swallowing, and runny nose. In fact, there are also symptoms that are not in the respiratory system at all, such as abdominal pain and diarrhea.
Symptoms that are diverse and similar to other diseases are one of the reasons why social / physical distancing is promoted. Because, we do not know whether the people we meet are actually positively infected by corona or not. Which seems fine and has no symptoms, it could actually be infected with corona. On the other hand, what appears to be sick, he is not necessarily sick because of being infected with corona. This is also the reason why in some cases there is a delay in handling which is fatal, that is because the symptoms are not typical, so that it was mistaken for other diseases.
So regarding your question, we cannot confirm whether you have contracted the corona virus or not. We can only say that you have the possibility of contracting the virus. But to be sure, you still have to do a direct examination and conduct supporting checks. If the results of the investigations were positive, then you tested positive for the corona. But as long as there are no results, your status can not be ascertained.
Our advice, if your complaint is actually mild, it is better for you to go home first and maintain your immune system by increasing your rest, taking multivitamins and supplements as recommended, increasing your consumption of foods and warm drinks, avoiding cigarettes and staying up late, and not leaving the house except because of business urgent. But if you are worried or the symptoms are persistent and burdensome, it is no problem to check yourself at the nearest general practitioner. So, hopefully answering your question.