Shortness Of Breath One Of Them Is Easily Blocked Nose …
Doc, on the 17th of March I checked at the Corona Friendship Hospital. The results were negative, I experienced stones, shortness of breath, a sore throat … and was told to isolate myself … after 14 days the isolation of the stone fever of the sore throat had disappeared but the tightness that hadn’t disappeared sometimes I get stuck in my nose, it’s hard to breathe … I have done everything I can to treat myself … but I still can’t get my nose … do I have to see a lung doctor to find out the results again … because I am tired of conditions like this …
Thank you for the question.
It needs to be understood, examinations to detect COVID-19 (a disease caused by Corona virus infection) there are many types, mainly by examination of throat tissue swabs to detect the presence of Corona virus or antibodies that the body makes against this virus. Compared to the two types of examination, the first type of examination is considered the most accurate. While examinations for Corona virus antibody detection can have false-negative results, for example if the time of the examination is done too early, so it needs to be re-examined at least 7 days later. Therefore, it needs to be clarified first, what kind of COVID-19 examination did you undergo before?
Cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, and nasal congestion, it can not only be caused by Corona virus infection. It could also be, this complaint arises due to viral and other bacterial infections, allergies, irritation, foreign body entry, asthma, immune disorders, sensitivity to certain drugs, even benign or malignant tumors around the respiratory tract.
If you have done an examination and the results are negative, chances are, your complaint arises because of other reasons as mentioned above, but it could also actually be that you experience COVID-19 only the results of the examination are wrong (false-negative).
Our advice, according to the doctor's recommendations, first handle your complaint by:
Stay at home, don't go out unless it's urgent
Use a mask, to avoid irritants and airway allergens (such as dry air, dust, pollution, smoke, pollen, animal hair)
Take a shower with warm water, don't use the air conditioner and the fan is too cold, drink lots and eat warm, and wear clothes that warm you
Don't eat and drink cold, oily, artificial sweets
Warm compresses on your tight chest, and uncomfortable throat and nose
Use a humidifier when possible
Increase endurance, namely by exercising discipline, eating healthy foods and fruits rich in vitamin C, getting enough sleep 6-9 hours a day, don't stress
You can check yourself directly to the doctor or doctor of internal medicine if after the discipline to do the tips above your complaint still does not improve in 1-3 days. Later, the doctor who examined you will determine whether you need to be referred to another specialist doctor or other treatment modalities.
I hope this helps.