Could My Symptoms Be Covid-19?

Congestion or runny nose

Wet cough

Tightness in chest

Feeling out of breath with activity

Nausea and vomiting

Diarrhea and abdominal pain

Chills and body aches

Congestion or runny nose

Wet cough

Tightness in chest

Feeling out of breath with activity

Nausea and vomiting

Chills and body aches

Diarrhea and abdominal pain

Congestion or runny nose

Wet cough

Tightness in chest

Out of breath with activity

Nausea and vomiting

Diarrhea and abdominal pain

Chills and body aches

Headache

Dizziness or impaired thinking

Fever

Eye discomfort

Loss of taste or smell

Sore throat

Congestion or runny nose

Severe shortness of breath at rest

Dry cough

Palpitations, chest pain

Wet cough

Blood clots

Tightness in chest

Severe muscle and joint pain

Feeling out of breath with activity

Rashes

Nausea and vomiting

Blisters on toes and fingers

Chills and body aches

Diarrhea and abdominal pain

Fatigue

Headache

Dizziness or impaired thinking

Eye discomfort

Fever

Congestion or runny nose

Loss of taste or smell

Sore throat

Dry cough

Wet cough

Severe shortness of breath at rest

Tightness in chest

Feeling out of breath with activity

Palpitations, chest pain

Nausea and vomiting

Rashes

Diarrhea and abdominal pain

Blisters on toes and fingers

Severe muscle and joint pain

Chills and body aches

Fatigue

Blood clots

Headache

Dizziness or impaired thinking

Eye discomfort

Fever

Congestion or runny nose

Loss of taste or smell

Sore throat

Dry cough

Wet cough

Shortness of breath at rest

Tightness in chest

Out of breath with activity

Palpitations, chest pain

Nausea and vomiting

Rashes

Diarrhea and abdominal pain

Severe muscle and joint pain

Blisters on toes and fingers

Chills and body aches

Fatigue

Blood clots

Headache

Dizziness or impaired thinking

Eye discomfort

Fever

Congestion or runny nose

Loss of taste and smell

Sore throat

Dry cough

Wet cough

Shortness of breath at rest

Tightness in chest

Out of breath with activity

Palpitations, chest pain

Nausea and vomiting

Rashes

Diarrhea and abdominal pain

Severe muscle and joint pain

Blisters on toes and fingers

Chills and body aches

Fatigue

Blood clots

Headache

Dizziness or impaired thinking

Eye discomfort

Fever

Congestion or runny nose

Loss of taste and smell

Sore throat

Dry cough

Wet cough

Severe shortness of breath at rest

Tightness in chest

Feeling out of breath with activity

Palpitations, chest pain

Nausea and vomiting

Rashes

Diarrhea and abdominal pain

Blisters on toes and fingers

Severe muscle and joint pain

Chills and body aches

Fatigue

Blood clots

Headache

Dizziness or impaired thinking

Fever

Eye discomfort

Loss of taste and smell

Sore throat

Congestion or runny nose

Severe shortness of breath at rest

Dry cough

Palpitations, chest pain

Wet cough

Blood clots

Tightness in chest

Severe muscle and joint pain

Feeling out of breath with activity

Rashes

Nausea and vomiting

Blisters on toes and fingers

Chills and body aches

Diarrhea and abdominal pain

Fatigue

Headache

Dizziness or impaired thinking

Fever

Eye discomfort

Loss of taste and smell

Sore throat

Congestion or runny nose

Severe shortness of breath at rest

Dry cough

Palpitations, chest pain

Wet cough

Blood clots

Tightness in chest

Severe muscle and joint pain

Feeling out of breath with activity

Rashes

Nausea and vomiting

Blisters on toes and fingers

Chills and body aches

Diarrhea and abdominal pain

Fatigue

Headache

Dizziness or impaired thinking

Eye discomfort

Fever

Congestion or runny nose

Loss of taste and smell

Sore throat

Dry cough

Wet cough

Severe shortness of breath at rest

Tightness in chest

Feeling out of breath with activity

Palpitations, chest pain

Nausea and vomiting

Rashes

Diarrhea and abdominal pain

Blisters on toes and fingers

Severe muscle and joint pain

Chills and body aches

Fatigue

Blood clots

Headache

Dizziness or impaired thinking

Eye discomfort

Fever

Congestion or runny nose

Loss of taste and smell

Sore throat

Dry cough

Wet cough

Shortness of breath at rest

Tightness in chest

Out of breath with activity

Palpitations, chest pain

Nausea and vomiting

Rashes

Diarrhea and abdominal pain

Blisters on toes and fingers

Severe muscle and joint pain

Chills and body aches

Fatigue

Blood clots

Anosmia, the loss of sense of smell, is a defining symptom. In one study, 87 percent of patients lost their sense of smell and 56 percent reported loss of taste.

At first, a stuffy nose and post-nasal drip were not considered symptoms, but now the C.D.C. says congestion and runny nose are common signs.

A persistent dry cough is often an early sign of Covid-19, but some patients have a wet cough or sore throat.

Anosmia, the loss of sense of smell, is a defining symptom. In one study, 87 percent of patients lost their sense of smell and 56 percent reported loss of taste.

At first, a stuffy nose and post-nasal drip were not considered symptoms, but now the C.D.C. says congestion and runny nose are common signs.

A persistent dry cough is often an early sign of Covid-19, but some patients have a wet cough or sore throat.

Anosmia, the loss of sense of smell, is a defining symptom. In one study, 87 percent of patients lost their sense of smell and 56 percent reported loss of taste.

At first, a stuffy nose and post-nasal drip were not considered symptoms, but now the C.D.C. says congestion and runny nose are common signs.

A persistent dry cough is often an early sign of Covid-19, but some patients have a wet cough or sore throat.

Dizziness and impaired thinking are more common in older patients.

Although fever and painful headache are common, many patients — up to 60 percent in one study — never get a fever.

Eye symptoms, including eye pain, itching, tearing and redness, may occur in up to 25 percent of patients.

Although fever and painful headache are common, many patients — up to 60 percent in one study — never get a fever.

Dizziness and impaired thinking are more common in older patients.

Eye symptoms, including eye pain, itching, tearing and redness, may occur in up to 25 percent of patients.

Dizziness and impaired thinking are more common in older patients.

Although fever and painful headache are common, many patients — up to 60 percent in one study — never get a fever.

Eye symptoms, including eye pain, itching, tearing and redness, may occur in up to 25 percent of patients.

Feeling out of breath and tightness in the chest with activity is common. If these symptoms persist or progress to severe shortness of breath, see a doctor.

Chest pain, palpitations and heart problems are less common, and may be caused by inflammation, low blood pressure or declining oxygen.

Hospitalized patients may have kidney problems which can cause leg swelling and bloody urine.

Diarrhea, abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting are common. In some patients, gastrointestinal problems are the only symptom.

Feeling out of breath and tightness in the chest with activity is common. If these symptoms persist or progress to severe shortness of breath, see a doctor.

Chest pain, palpitations and heart problems are less common, and may be caused by inflammation, low blood pressure or declining oxygen.

Hospitalized patients may have kidney problems which can cause leg swelling and bloody urine.

Diarrhea, abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting are common. In some patients, gastrointestinal problems are the only symptom.

Feeling out of breath and tightness in the chest with activity is common. If these symptoms persist or progress to severe shortness of breath, see a doctor.

Chest pain, palpitations and heart problems are less common, and may be caused by inflammation, low blood pressure or declining oxygen.

Diarrhea, abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting are common. In some patients, gastrointestinal problems are the only symptom.

Hospitalized patients may have kidney problems which can cause leg swelling and bloody urine.

An immune response may cause rashes on the body. Blood clots may cause painful red lesions on fingers and toes.

Many patients report muscle aches, chills and fatigue.

An immune response may cause rashes on the body. Blood clots may cause painful red lesions on fingers and toes.

Many patients report muscle aches, chills and fatigue.

An immune response may cause rashes on the body. Blood clots may cause painful red lesions on fingers and toes.

Many patients report muscle aches, chills and fatigue.

Blood clots and strokes are rare but life-threatening.

Blood clots and strokes are rare but life-threatening.

Blood clots and strokes are rare but life-threatening.

Prolonged fever (5+ days)

Lethargy, irritability or confusion

Too sick to eat or drink

Pale, patchy and/or blue skin for children with light skin

Trouble breathing or rapid breaths

Racing heart or chest pain

Severe abdominal pain, diarrhea or vomiting

Decreased urination

Prolonged fever (5+ days)

Lethargy, irritability or confusion

Too sick to eat or drink

Pale, patchy and/or blue skin for children with light skin

Trouble breathing or rapid breaths

Racing heart or chest pain

Severe abdominal pain, diarrhea or vomiting

Decreased urination

Prolonged fever (5+ days)

Lethargy, irritability or confusion

Too sick to eat or drink

Pale, patchy and/or blue skin for children with light skin

Trouble breathing or rapid breaths

Racing heart or chest pain

Severe abdominal pain, diarrhea or vomiting

Decreased urination

These days, every cough, sneeze or headache makes you wonder: Could it be Covid-19? Medical experts are viewing Covid-19 as a multi-organ disease that can affect the body from head to toe and everywhere in between. Here’s a guide to help you understand the symptoms.

These four symptoms are very common among Covid patients. Unlike flu symptoms, which typically come on fast, Covid-19 symptoms may emerge over several days.

Many patients commonly report one or more of these symptoms too. Some patients have only mild illness, but others begin to feel terrible, with worsening symptoms and a sense of constant discomfort.

Covid is not just a respiratory illness, and can show up in a number of unusual ways. These symptoms are less common or rare, but they can also be signs of Covid.

The nose is ground zero for Covid-19. It’s rich in a receptor called ACE2, which the virus uses to get into our cells. As the virus replicates inside the nose and spreads down the respiratory tract and into the lungs, patients may develop various respiratory symptoms.

Painful headache is common, but more serious neurological problems are less common or rare. Mild symptoms include dizziness or feeling lightheaded. Symptoms needing urgent care include confusion, an inability to wake, uncoordinated movement or signs of stroke like facial drooping, numbness or garbled speech.

Some patients develop Covid pneumonia as the virus attacks the lungs. Sometimes oxygen levels can drop so slowly that the patient doesn’t notice. Short, rapid breathing or severe shortness of breath, particularly at rest, are signs that require urgent medical attention.

The virus can show up in unusual ways across the body. Strange rashes — bumpy, smooth, itchy or innocuous — have been reported. In rare cases, the virus inflames joints or damages muscles in the thighs, shoulders or back, causing severe pain.

The virus also appears to attach to the insides of blood vessels, and in rare cases causes life-threatening blood clots that travel to the lungs, heart or brain. In very rare cases, clots can cut off blood flow in the limbs, requiring amputation. Patients sick enough to visit the hospital may be given blood thinning medications to prevent or treat blood clots.

Covid-19 typically is mild in children. In very rare cases, it can cause a severe inflammatory response. Seek emergency care if a child shows any of these warning signs or symptoms that cause concern.

If you have a symptom that might be Covid-19, doctors say you should isolate until you can be tested. Most patients will recover on their own within a few weeks.

It’s a good idea to monitor oxygen levels at home with a pulse oximeter. Pay close attention to symptoms during days five to 10 of the illness, when oxygen levels may drop to dangerously low levels.

Seek medical care at any time if you experience trouble breathing, any concerning symptom or take a turn for the worse.

From a sniffle or cough that feels like allergies to severe body aches and crippling fatigue, the symptoms of coronavirus can be unpredictable from head to toe. Read more about the many symptoms of Covid-19 and join the conversation.

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