New To Living With Long Term Covid

Posted by pampc @pampc, May 9 8:38am

Hello, my name is Pam. I'm 55 years old and learning to live with Long Term Covid. My husband and I both got Covid in December 2022. He recovered well, but I've been struggling with many issues; shortness of breath, fatigue, muscle weakness, foggy brain, etc. My next step is to see a pulmonary physician. Any advice would be appreciated.

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Just a quick update…over the last few days, I've begun to breathe deeper! For so many months it felt like I was beathing so shallow. I've begun to cough alot more than before, which makes me think that the congestion is clearing out. I went to see my doctor today, and she verified that I sound alot better. I'm so happy 😊 I'm going to continue on in this journey in hope and faith! I hope this helps all of you to keep moving forward!

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I never smoked and lungs fine in X-ray but after cleaning a cat box I’m huffing and must lie down! This sucks so much! Never been sick like this in my life !!!!!

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