Mexico City (APRO). – The UK’s National Health Service doctor, Amir Khan, has reported two new symptoms that have been discovered in patients with a type of omicron virus: night sweats and lower back pain.
These symptoms are added to those found in a study called Zoe Covid that investigates symptoms of this strain, led by King’s College London epidemiologist, Tim Spector, such as high fever, dry cough, muscle aches, throat irritation and loss of smell. Or taste, headache, runny nose, fatigue.
In an interview with ITV published by The Sun, Amir Khan explained that patients get sweating when they are asleep which is the kind that soaks you and has to make sufferers get up and change their clothes, he said.
In addition, patients experienced lower back pain or lower back pain, which is pain in the lower back (from the buttocks to the thighs) that gets worse when standing, walking, or leaning back, and although it is one of the most common medical problems, It has now been linked as a recurring symptom of coronavirus cases caused by the omicron variant.
These two symptoms are worrisome because, together, they can be associated with a daily back condition or be confused with a blow or doing very heavy activities, so it is recommended to follow hygiene measures and if the pain and sweating are very strong, you should have a COVID-19 test.
Discovery Health, South Africa’s largest insurance company, conducted a study where it discovered these two new exposures.
“What we see is still a mild illness, we don’t actually send people to the hospital. We know that cases in our hospitals are starting to increase, and according to statistics, the vast majority of unvaccinated people are,” said South African doctor Angelique Coetz in an interview with El Pais. “.
Leana Wen, medical analyst and visiting professor of health policy and management at the Milken School at George Washington University, commented that at least a three-layer surgical mask should be worn, and the fabric mask, which is decorative only, should be worn on top. But not only. Similarly, in an interview with CNN, he said that KN95 and N95, which are for medical use, are the best choice.
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