The Possibility Of Corona Virus If You Have A Cold And Cough
well, i often have coughing flu before this corona, is there hot or cold weather, how come coughing flu flu again in this corona season my parents really think of me as a corona before I have a fever at all, or is this going into corona symptoms?
Thank you for the question.
Indeed, not all sufferers of COVID-19 (a disease caused by a new Corona virus infection) will have a fever. In fact, there are also people with COVID-19 who are asymptomatic at all. The difference in symptoms in patients with COVID-19 was reportedly influenced by many factors, including endurance, the treatment carried out, as well as the number of viruses that enter the body.
Not only COVID-19, colds and coughs can also be caused by other factors, for example allergies, irritants, viral and other bacterial infections, benign or malignant tumors in the airways, and even immune disorders. Considering the outbreak of COVID-19 is increasingly spreading today, you should still be aware that you have contracted COVID-19, especially if you have traveled or have been in contact with people who have traveled to areas with local transmission of COVID-19.
Even so, given your mild condition, you should not panic. Try to do the following:
Isolate yourself at home, don't travel unless it's an emergency, don't also carelessly exchange personal belongings with others, keep a distance when talking at least 2 meters Use a mask, avoid indiscriminate spitting, hold public objects, improve your personal hygiene, and the environment around you You Increase your endurance, including resting 6-9 hours a day, eating healthy and nutritiously balanced foods, exercising discipline every day, diligently eating fruit, don't stress, and don't smoke Don't take any medication, unless prescribed directly by your doctor. in the next 1-2 weeks you feel your complaints worsened, or appear fever for more than 3 days, shortness of breath, vomiting, and more severe, immediately check with your doctor to be treated further. The doctor who examines you later will decide whether you need to be referred to a specialist (such as lung, ENT, or internal medicine) or directed to undergo further tests (such as x-rays, blood tests, sputum tests, throat swabs).
Hope this helps ...