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Can you have pneumonia with 98% oxygen saturation?

Lung Health | Last Active: Apr 21, 2020 | Replies (13)

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The doctor himself doesn't see any major concerns but said that if I wanted I could get checked at an isolation clinic. These days with the COVID-19 situation the GP cannot check you out themselves.

It is possible that I have/had bronchitis. Everyday I feel like I have a little more energy but nowhere near the level I used to have.

The fever only lasted for 2 days. For the past 5-6 weeks my temperature has been normal, 97-98 range.

My nose had been partially blocked for a while, little worse at night, that I guess is my only cold symptom. I did not have any cold symptoms before I got sick.

But I can feel that my body energy is very low these days. I hope it's due to a combination of fighting an infection for many weeks, not sleeping well, and anxiety. During the day I sometimes get cold hands and generally feel need to put on more layers than usual.

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@mkqq– It still sounds as if you are healing and your body is working hard to do just that. So you will feel tired. If you are feeling better a little every day than I than that is good news! I'd worry if you were feeling worse. I hope that you are eating cleanly and drinking lots of liquids to keep your mucous thin.

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