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Interested to hear your experiences. How long it lasted? Did anything help? Any point in going to the doctors?

Mine is only mild but it still really pisses me off. I had covid early Jan. A few days where I spent the mornings in bed knackered and dizzy but no biggie. I was mid cycling challenge when I got it, so jumped on my bike the day isolation finished feeling pretty good and had a few beers that evening thinking all is well. Felt awful the next day and that carried on for a couple of weeks. Foggy headed, often dizzy, occasional aches and headaches. Just over a week ago I thought I was ok again. Went for a less challenging bike ride, no booze after. Felt like crap again ever since and if anything it's getting worse. Some evenings I'm absolutely fine but it comes back. Don't think the Dr's can do much other than prescribe patience but I do have a blood test booked next week.

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Old 23-02-2021, 03:34 PM
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We had 9 go down with it at work beginning of Dec, one died, 7 recovered fine and one has long CoVid. He is just starting to get over it now. So maybe you have another month to go before you start to see improvements.
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Thread specifically about Long Covid.

Interested to hear your experiences. How long it lasted? Did anything help? Any point in going to the doctors?

Mine is only mild but it still really pisses me off. I had covid early Jan. A few days where I spent the mornings in bed knackered and dizzy but no biggie. I was mid cycling challenge when I got it, so jumped on my bike the day isolation finished feeling pretty good and had a few beers that evening thinking all is well. Felt awful the next day and that carried on for a couple of weeks. Foggy headed, often dizzy, occasional aches and headaches. Just over a week ago I thought I was ok again. Went for a less challenging bike ride, no booze after. Felt like crap again ever since and if anything it's getting worse. Some evenings I'm absolutely fine but it comes back. Don't think the Dr's can do much other than prescribe patience but I do have a blood test booked next week.

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Hope you improve quickly.

Is there an actual time that is required to have lapsed from initial diagnosis that defines LC?
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It took a good month or more for my sense of taste and smell to come back and I've had Covid toe on 3 separate occasions over the 10 months since I had Covid. The Covid toe thing is really weird, no other symptoms so its just a minor irritation. I guess it might not even be Covid toe, as I've not had a official diagnosis, but its not something that's ever occurred pre Covid.
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Thanks. I've heard 4 weeks mentioned post Covid infection but I think it's a very loose term. Also fairly anecdotally I think it usually lasts a couple of months but sometimes longer. It's just usually you get ill, get better and carry on. This thing keeps coming back so it takes some adjusting to.
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It took a good month or more for my sense of taste and smell to come back and I've had Covid toe on 3 separate occasions over the 10 months since I had Covid. The Covid toe thing is really weird, no other symptoms so its just a minor irritation. I guess it might not even be Covid toe, as I've not had a official diagnosis, but its not something that's ever occurred pre Covid.
oh yeah I've had this for a while too. Never had it before.
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oh yeah I've had this for a while too. Never had it before.
Is yours on more than one toe? Mine crops up on individual toes and not always the same one.
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I've got a friend who got covid pneumonia too nearly a year ago. She still really struggles to get about some days but is mostly back to relative normality. That is what I mean when I say I have it mild. It's annoying but could be so much worse.

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I've got a friend who got covid pneumonia too nearly a year ago. She still really struggles to get about some days but is mostly back to relative normality. That is what I mean when I say I have it mild. It's annoying but could be so much worse.

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Hiya. Yes thanks . Some days are still harder than others - nothing to do with Covid, but 11 months into the grief of losing someone to Cancer that I loved for 50 years and was married to for 46. Lockdown has been pretty tough on top of that.
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Hiya. Yes thanks . Some days are still harder than others - nothing to do with Covid, but 11 months into the grief of losing someone to Cancer that I loved for 50 years and was married to for 46. Lockdown has been pretty tough on top of that.
Very sorry to hear of your loss BB.

To suffer that at any time is terrible but throw Covid and lockdown on top it must have been, and still is no doubt, a horrendous time.

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Lightweight is still not 100% (and still not back at work) after having covid from early January. I'm not sure if that is yet Long Covid, or just the normal recovery from a fairly serious dose of the virus. Of course, there is no single definition of long covid.
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My wife and 3 kids were all a bit sick just before Christmas.
My wife lost her sense of taste and smell and felt tired etc for about a week but we were not going out or meeting anyone over Xmas so didn't bother going for a test.
In January she was still going through periods of fatigue, headaches, sore eyes etc so decided to get an antibody test which came back positive.
Mine (strangely) was negative but it was even more strange that she had it even though she had barely been beyond the front door for 3 months as I do all the shopping, school runs etc.
Even today she still has fatigue, aching limbs etc and says she just can't seem to shake it off.
From the sounds of it she probably has another month of these symptoms.
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I tested positive in early January. I didn’t actually have any symptoms at that stage.

I had the dizziness and fatigue. Was under the weather, like an average cold, and the. All of a sudden I had to sit / lay down with no energy - never known anything like it.

Also lost sense of smell and taste and that’s still not quite back to normal.

I think this week is the first week I have had normal energy consistently.

It was very frustrating.

Plus point. Still can’t smell cat litter when cleaning that out. Negative point, chocolate just takes like pure sugar and all I fancy eating is bread.
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