February 18th After being diagnosed with COVID-19, I thought I was a mild patient and my condition would soon improve, but for a long time I continued to endure a variety of sequelae such as burnout, hair loss, loss of taste and smell.
Recently, there have been many patients like Japan. According to Japanese media, the pathogenesis of these symptoms has not been solved, and there is no radical cure at present. Japanese doctors called on the public to continue to implement epidemic prevention measures.
“I can’t take it lightly because of your youth, no old illness, and COVID-19.”
According to the West Japan News on the 18th, in January of this year (2021), a 14-year-old middle school student in Fukuoka said that his toes had become strange when he visited the hospital.
His left little finger, ring finger and middle finger swelled into purple, “like being beaten by frost”. The student was diagnosed with COVID-19 at the end of last year (2020), and there are multiple confirmed patients in his classroom where he attends physical education classes every week.
The student had a fever of 38 degrees while convalescence at home, and he also had a headache and cough, which improved in a day.
But after 2 days of fever, the toes began to swell, and it did not improve for a month.
After returning to school, the student felt uncomfortable and disgusted from time to time, and could not go to the club activities. He also felt tasteless when eating.
His mother was worried that she thought he was mildly ill with the novel coronavirus, and she was a little relieved and did not understand why it became like this.
The condition of students is not an exception. Another 29-year-old woman diagnosed with COVID-19 in December last year said that it was difficult for her to taste the food, which lasted for more than two months.
She initially suspected that she had been diagnosed because she could not eat the taste of hamburger at all.
Although the initial symptoms of nasal congestion, fatigue and so on quickly improved, they could not even eat the taste of spicy cabbage later.” I’ve been wanting to eat strong food recently. I’m worried about whether my taste can be restored.
There is also a 50-year-old male patient in Fukuoka Prefecture who is still tired nine months after his diagnosis of COVID-19.
He said that his physique has completely changed. “I am as tired and difficult to breathe as I was when I first infected.
Every day, I suspect that the disease has recurred, tested it and has no fever, so I live like this, which has lasted until now.