Finally going to see primary doctor (Long Covid)
Finished TMS treatment for depression and only help i have noticed is my sleep.
Long story short i have always had depression and zoloft worked for 20+ yrs until i got covid in January and may have had it before and not known it.
My symptoms were just sneezing and runny nose.
I now have been suffering with anxiety which i have never had in my life along with terrible fatigue…I am always tired and if i do anything physical i breathe heavy.
My Meds doc at the TMS and mental health center wants me to see primary care doctor to rule out other issues.
He has switched me from viibryd to 200 mg of luvox at bed time for ocd ( ruminating thoughts)…I still take Klonopin 0.5mg at night and as needed otherwise for anxiety.
My anxiety can come up at anytime for no reason and no triggers.
He thinks i may have long covid and says he sees a couple long covid patients.
My question is…How do i approach my primary care doctor besides telling him the obvious?
If all my bloodwork and tests come back fine…Then what?
Who actually can diagnose you with long covid and how is it treated?
This cronic fatigue and anxiety has made life miserable and i am a shell of my once self.
I can function but only just enough to barely get by every day.
It is beating me down more every day.