After a month and a half with the return of COVID-19 cases in Mexico, the sixth wave of the pandemic began. Although health officials assure Infection progresses “slowly”Some people may have developed the disease without knowing it.
‘Perro del Inferno’ and ‘Xibalbá’ variants in recent months showed a high level of infectionWith everything and vaccines protecting against COVID, it is therefore essential to be aware of the symptoms they cause, as well as the risk of developing an infection.
Respiratory diseases such as influenza or syncytial virus are also emerging in the context of the mushroom wave; However, there are some signs that a person had COVID even if they were asymptomatic.
What are the signs that I had COVID?
Presenting one of the following Symptoms of the Xibalba version, in which highlight A sore throat or hoarseness can be a sign of a COVID infection:
- hoarseness in voice
- terms of service
- cut body
- Throat pain
- running nose
- muscle pain
- loss of smell and taste
- loss of appetite
According to health experts, a sense of difficulty breathing It can also be an indicator that a person has or has had the coronavirus. This symptom predominates in those who acquire the contagion with the “Hound of Hell” variant.
Sequelae such as parosmia are also indicators that a person has contracted COVID-19.
With parosmia, the perception of smells is different when it turns out that during contagion, even with “tasty” foods, the smell is very unpleasant.
During the pandemic, “we’ve noticed that more recovered COVID patients are now reporting this symptom,” he said, acknowledging that so far little has been known about this sequel and its connection to Sars-Cov-2. little is known.
“Others may not necessarily look like Long Term Symptoms of COVIDSuch as heart problems, depression and respiratory diseases. However, doctors say this can be problematic,” he warned.