First steps to getting a long covid diagnosis?
I had covid in January of this yr and may have had it before i was able to get vaccinated (March of 2021)…I have suffered from mild depression and took zoloft for 20+ years without any problems and about a yr and a half ago
it quit working…And since then i have been on numerous meds for worsening depression and now have anxiety attacks (Which i never had in my life)…I have cronic fatigue…If i do anything physical i get terribly sore for the next couple days afterwards..I get feelings of pins and needles in my shoulders and feet sometimes.
when i lay down i can feel my heart pounding…Sometimes i have trouble remembering things and feel foggy.
Currently i am in the middle of TMS therapy for treatment resistant
But i can help but wonder if my worsening depression and anxiety along with the other symptoms could be related to Long Covid?
I have no idea where to start?…Do i see my primary care doctor first?
I cant find any resources in my area or covid clinics etc etc.
Not sure what to do?