Since the first case of COVID-19 was reported in the world almost two years ago, scientists have been studying different things about the virus.
Through those studies, there have been realizations that people still suffer from some symptoms after recovering. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), assuming health complications after suffering from COVID-19 can lead to death. Assuming these complications can tax your health greatly if you do not take note of them.
One of the symptoms that you are suffering from the post-acute COVID-19 syndrome is a feeling of tiredness most of the times. According to the American Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), most people who have recovered usually feel fatigued and this does not allow them to carry out some activities. When one is suffering fatigue after recovering from COVID-19, they may be unable to perform strenuous activities that they used to perform before the infections. If not dealt with in good time, it can be dangerous.
Besides that, a patient may experience chest pain. WHO notes that sharp and abrupt chest pain may mean that an individual’s lung walls are having an inflammation. These inflammations can mean that one contracted pneumonia during the COVID-19 infection and if not treated can lead to death.
It is advisable that chest pains after COVID-19 infection are reported and dealt with in good time before they escalate and result into bigger problems that can end one’s life.
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