In addition to common symptoms, coronavirus may present with an unknown face. According to experts, coronavirus can be seen in people with different symptoms.
The coronavirus has several known symptoms, such as dry cough, fever, and especially shortness of breath. However, doctors treating patients with COVID-19 state that they also have some other symptoms that are typically different from other coronavirus infections.
The medical vice president of telehealth company K Health. Edo Paz says other symptoms people experience are loss of smell and taste, stomach aches, body aches and nausea. It is stated that digestive problems such as nausea, diarrhea and vomiting are also partially common in patients with COVID-19.
On the other hand, the infectious diseases specialist of Northwell Health, New York’s largest healthcare provider. David Hirschwerk also says that 10 percent of patients have digestive system symptoms. Doctors do not yet understand why COVID-19 has such a wide range of symptoms and consequences.
The coronavirus may show different symptoms depending on where it is located
Medical director of the health company Osmosis Rishi Desai believes that the symptoms and consequences can be directly related to how the coronavirus acts in the body of people infected. “Every person has their own immune system, and as a result, some bodies react aggressively to COVID-19, while others do not. The symptoms usually vary depending on where the virus resides in the body,” Deasi said. says.
Desai also states that the coronavirus does not cause focal symptoms affecting the limbs (eg left leg pain), skin lesions or rashes (eg boiling) and does not show months of chronic symptoms. Unfortunately, no one can predict how coronavirus can have effects on the body for now. Experts point out the importance of hygiene and social distance at this point.