- 1 How do I know if I need to seek medical attention for COVID-19?
- 2 What are some of the emergency symptoms of COVID-19 for which you should call 911?
- 3 Should I go to the hospital if I have mild COVID-19 symptoms?
- 4 How do ventilators help COVID-19 patients?
- 5 What are Long Covid symptoms?
- 6 What are some symptoms of COVID-19?
- 7 What are the common COVID-19 symptoms for people who are not hospitalized?
- 8 What are some possible symptoms of long-COVID?
- 9 What are symptoms of COVID-19 affecting the lungs?
- 10 How late can symptoms of COVID-19 infection start?
How do I know if I need to seek medical attention for COVID-19?
Be sure to closely monitor your symptoms. If they worsen and you experience a more intense cough, high fever or difficulty breathing, call your doctor first if possible or seek immediate care. But if symptoms remain mild, you can stay in self-isolation until you feel well again and your doctor gives you the green light
What are some of the emergency symptoms of COVID-19 for which you should call 911?
trouble breathing, persistent pain or pressure in the chest, confusion or inability to arouse the person, or bluish lips or face.
Should I go to the hospital if I have mild COVID-19 symptoms?
Mild COVID-19 cases still can make you feel lousy. But you should be able to rest at home and recover fully without a trip to the hospital.
How do ventilators help COVID-19 patients?
A ventilator mechanically helps pump oxygen into your body. The air flows through a tube that goes in your mouth and down your windpipe. The ventilator also may breathe out for you, or you may do it on your own. The ventilator can be set to take a certain number of breaths for you per minute.
What are Long Covid symptoms?
And people who have Long COVID have a variety of symptoms that range from things like headaches to extreme fatigue to changes in their memory and their thinking, as well as muscle weakness and joint pain and muscle aches among many other symptoms.
What are some symptoms of COVID-19?
People with COVID-19 have reported a wide range of symptoms, ranging from mild symptoms to severe illness. Symptoms may appear 2 to 14 days after exposure to the virus. Symptoms may include: fever or chills; cough; shortness of breath; fatigue; muscle or body aches; headache; new loss of taste or smell; sore throat; congestion or runny nose; nausea or vomiting; diarrhea.
What are the common COVID-19 symptoms for people who are not hospitalized?
Fatigue, headache, and muscle aches (myalgia) are among the most commonly reported symptoms in people who are not hospitalized, and sore throat and nasal congestion or runny nose (rhinorrhea) also may be prominent symptoms
What are some possible symptoms of long-COVID?
Symptoms range from brain fog to persistent fatigue to extended loss of smell or taste to numbness to shortness of breath.
What are symptoms of COVID-19 affecting the lungs?
Some people may feel short of breath. People with chronic heart, lung, and blood diseases may be at risk of severe COVID-19 symptoms, including pneumonia, acute respiratory distress, and acute respiratory failure.
How late can symptoms of COVID-19 infection start?
Most people with symptoms had them by day 12. And most of the other ill people were sick by day 14. In rare cases, symptoms can show up after 14 days. Researchers think this happens with about 1 out of every 100 people.