Patients Long COVID
Are you able to work with Long Covid?
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How are you holding up?
Heart problems, joint pain, neurological "glitches", memory problems, recurrent fever... These are all symptoms listed by people with Long Covid (i.e. COVID-19 symptoms that last more than 20 days). Many patients are then unable to work. However, this condition is not yet recognised as an "illness".
And what about you? Have you been able to return to work? If so, how are you coping at work, is it difficult? If not, are you on sick leave? What are the current regulations for patients?
Feel free to share your experiences and thoughts in the comments below, your voice and experiences are important to us all!
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Lucky enough to get my Covid shot and doing well with no side effects.
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I just received my 2nd Moderna. Felt like I had the flu the day after, now feeling well.
I had to get a negative covid test results before I could return to work. It took me 5 weeks. I stayed very tired for the longest but was continuing to drag myself to work and sleep the weekend away. The vaccine seemed to actually perk me up.
I've had a c-pap machine for over 23 years. I also kept taking it off in the middle of the night and did not know it. I found A place the does mouth pieces (like what football players) . It is much better. No mask which has made it more comfortable. I'm not saying to get one because everyone is different. It works for me. Everyone have a great day
I have not had any side effects to the vaccine
I am already on disability, however to see a doctor it had to be done by using my cell phone. In many ways it is great but I still like going in person. Foe fun activities such as going to a movie theater was not possible. My life was mostly at home. Other than grocery shopping I was rarely out. For appointments that I had to go out I used public transportation, wore a mask and carried hand sanitizer.
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Charles D. Aissen
i am not being funny or weird in any way but i do have honest genuine medical knowledge i have helped many with though may seem odd or new to them but seriously can and usually helps is with stress etc what helps with stress is your tongue in your mouth to help with stress that way you need to stick it out and do not feel weird olr funny about it make sure it is all the way out laying flat down chin let it just hang there loosely for a few minutes also at same time release the tension in it while its out and hanging down chin after doing it about 5 minutes or so it should help you feel calmer and relaxed more i also have tongue exercises that also help; if interested message me back im glad to help i dont lie or play anyone or out to hurt i am fully legit and genuine
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@Tcampagna i see a few reference to the vaccines n Cpap..why is there a connection, i must of missed this ..i have been vaccinated, but i am struggling with long covid syms..wondering if this is the connection,.Thank u..
Thank goodness I haven't had covid. I guess it helps to have a mental illness that keeps you locked in your house all the time.
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