Sometimes Having Difficulty Breathing, Is It Possible To Be Infected With The Corona Virus?
it’s been a few days it’s hard to breathe for some time sometimes, but not accompanied by other symptoms. My illness history was around 2-3 years ago in the form of lungs, is there a possibility of covid 19 without other symptoms?
Thank you for the question.
There are many types of diseases that can attack the lungs, ranging from infection, allergies, cancer, lung membrane disorders, and so on. Some of these conditions, some can cause prolonged breathing difficulties, some are not.
Some conditions that can cause breathing difficulties are:
Respiratory problems, including infections (for example COVID-19), bronchitis, asthma, pleural effusion, pneumothorax, laryngitis, pharyngitis, pneumonia
Indigestion, including gastritis, gastroesophageal reflux disease, food allergies, intestinal obstruction, inflammation of the intestine
Other organ system disorders, such as panic attacks, excessive anxiety disorders, heart problems, poisoning, psychosomatic disorders, drug side effects, electrolyte balance disorders, anemia, etc.
You need to be aware that your condition is related to COVID-19 if in the last 1-2 weeks you have had contact with a COVID-19 sufferer, have traveled to an area that reports local transmission of COVID-19, or have had contact with someone from an area who reported a transmission local COVID-19. You also need to be vigilant if breathing difficulties are very severe, accompanied by fever, vomiting, wheezing, or other severe complaints. If you experience this condition, you should immediately consult a doctor or doctor of internal medicine. X-ray examination or other supporting tests may be done by the doctor in order to give you the right treatment.
In the meantime, ease your complaints first with more rest, exercise regularly every day, wear loose and comfortable clothing, don't eat too late, don't worry too much or be afraid, don't smoke, and avoid substances that often make you allergic.
I hope this helps.