Omicron Don't be underestimated

@ladyhero (3944)
Indonesia
February 19, 2022 8:40pm CST
Hi, how are you all, I hope you are always healthy, I miss you, we haven't talked for a long time, I'm currently quarantined at home with my husband, we were attacked by Omicron and it's been 9 days, and we are still taking the medicines given by the doctor. hospital, namely drug packages for self-quarantine. this is the second time for me and my family, the first in june 2021 we were exposed to the delta variant that attacked us without us knowing it and without any symptoms at all, and we did self-quarantine for 14 days until we were declared cured. This Omicron, we don't know where it came from, first my husband had the 3rd vaccine on Monday, February 7, which was carried out by his office, after 5 hours he started to feel pain in his left arm and felt aches in his waist, the next day he felt achy all over his body. , had a slight cough, but he kept coming in until friday, then that night he went to his private doctor for a consultation and asked for medicine Saturday he was getting better and his fever went down and on Sunday the fever was cured but it was difficult to swallow and there was still a cough that made him do a swab on tuesday and was declared positive. while i was infected by my husband on saturday i started coughing a little, then shivering with prolonged heat until on sunday i decided to take my husband's fever reducer but it didn't work on monday morning we went to the emergency room to check me and got positive swab results, during saturday-monday my body aches from stomach to feet, the transmission is very fast it can't be considered like a normal cough and influenza if it's more than two days it's best to take a swab to find out further results, until now we are still in quarantine, my husband is still coughing a little, so am I, Don't forget to routinely drink vitamin C, zinc and vitamin D for the sake of endurance, be diligent in exercising and always wear your mask
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@Kandae11 (47070)
20 Feb
When you catch covid after being vaccinated the symptoms should be milder. Hope you feel better soon.
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@ladyhero (3944)
• Indonesia
22 Feb
it's true that the symptoms are getting lighter, by taking the fever-reducing medicine it's gone and taking the right cough medicine will get better faster
@kareng (49185)
• United States
20 Feb
I hope you both recover soon! I have heard others say that with the Omicron, it doesn't last long, but I say that depends on the individuals. Take care of yourself!
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@ladyhero (3944)
• Indonesia
22 Feb
thank you, it's true depends on the individuals, my husband is recovering fast, but i have a bit severe symptoms, plus every night i always sweat,
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@kareng (49185)
• United States
22 Feb
@ladyhero Wish you and your hubby a full recovery.
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@ladyhero (3944)
• Indonesia
23 Feb
@kareng thank you
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@askme123 (5325)
20 Feb
I keep telling people don't under estimate the Omicron. Some persons think that being fully vaccinated will protect them from catching Omicron but it won't. We still need to wear our masks. Get well soon.
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@ladyhero (3944)
• Indonesia
22 Feb
That's right, keep the cleanliness, endurance and always use a mask, because the omicron virus is very fast to spread
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@Shavkat (129862)
• Philippines
20 Feb
I hope you will recuperate soon and be safe at all times.
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@ladyhero (3944)
• Indonesia
22 Feb
Thank you, my recovery is good enough, and I hope we're all safe.
@jstory07 (122731)
• Roseburg, Oregon
20 Feb
I hope you will be feeling better soon.
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@ladyhero (3944)
• Indonesia
22 Feb
thank you, i feel better now
@TheSojourner (51556)
• United States
20 Feb
I am sorry to hear of this. Please take good care of yourself and get well soon!
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@ladyhero (3944)
• Indonesia
22 Feb
thank you,
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