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Can COVID-19 in your body come back after it's gone?

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@beachouse

Two questions: 4/5 was diagnosed w/C19 and now in my final day of quarantine. My resting Temp is 96.9 went to 97.3 today and it never went above 98.7 during my Q ( tracking temp 2xs daily). Would you consider that a fever? And am I susceptible to getting or carrying C 19 to myself or others. Thank you in advance for your help.

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@beachhouse Welcome to Connect. We are a group of people dealing with a wide variety of health issues, but we are not medical professionals, just folks wanting to share our journey with others like us.
Like everyone else in the world, we are learning more about Covid-19 every day, but I'm not sure that even the experts have the final answer to your question yet. That said, I know my daughter's symptoms came and went for over 20 days, and her provider told her to stay home until she had been symptom free for 72 hours. There are also reports of people with apparent "relapses" after they thought they were completely recovered. I don't know if they were tested to determine whether the virus was still present.
When you say you were diagnosed, was it based on a test or your symptoms? In most cases, a temperature of 98.7 is not considered a fever, but not everyone has a fever with the virus. Do you have other symptoms? Have you called your provider for advice?
Sue