Main Symptoms of Coronavirus
Symptoms and signs of COVID-19 range from mild to severe. It may take 2 to 14 days after exposure for symptoms to develop.
Coronavirus symptoms may include: –
- Firstly it comes up with a fever (A person with a measured temperature of at least (100°F[38°C]).
- Then comes respiratory systems like dry cough and difficulty in breathing
- The worst cases often lead to respiratory failure and cause death.
Other signs can include: –
- Runny nose
- Sore throat
It is possible that some people might have no symptoms. People who have chronic medical conditions, such as heart, lung disease or diabetes, may be at higher chances of severe illness. This is the same as what is seen with other respiratory illnesses, such as asthma, pulmonary fibrosis, pneumonia, and lung cancer.
When to seek medical attention for Coronavirus
Go to your doctor and seek medical care if you have COVID-19 symptoms. See your doctor and tell him or her about your symptoms and travels and possible exposure before you go to your appointment. Also, tell your doctor if you have chronic medical conditions. Then it’s important to make sure the availability of healthcare is in greatest need.
As you know the speed of the coronavirus spread, that it can easily spread through objects or mainly person-to-person. So you will make sure your surroundings are safe by your infection. You can ask the question to your doctor like:-
- How to prevent my friends and family from getting the Coronavirus COVID-19?
- What are the medicines that I should take for my symptoms?
- How severe are the complications I have because of COVID-19?
- How should I check myself for that could mean there are complications?