COVID test negative: How can I be sure my symptoms are long COVID?
A pulmonologist diagnosed me with Adult Moderate Persistent asthma a few months ago. Now I’m not so convinced. I remember having debilitating chills, night sweats, phantom aches and pains, and overwhelming fatigue with serious cough and breathlessness back in early November. I tested Neg for Covid at the end of December. Though I am on asthma meds, I’m finding that my symptoms are slowly, and gradually improving (I’m finally feeling better) and that the asthma meds are becoming seemingly ineffective. I spoke with an old acquaintance yesterday who has been through the exact same cycle of symptoms that I have, and he suggested I could have had Covid earlier last Fall, not known it, and could be recovering from long-haul. (I mostly struggle with some cough now and excess mucus.) Could this be possible with a Neg Covid test in late Dec?