Long term effects of Covid-19

@allknowing (130114)
India
November 4, 2023 9:40pm CST
Even though the authorities have been announcing that is ithe end of Covid-19 it has left behind long term effects on those who have had this disease even with the vaccine It affects all the inner organs including the brain and heart and that is how we hear of sudden deaths of youngsters who have no had no earlier signs of ill health. For more on this you can visit the following link
https://www.msn.com/en-ca/health/medical/long-covid-can-cause-long-term-damage-to-major-organs-new-study-finds/ar-AA1h9wBH
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@paigea (35401)
• Canada
5 Nov
Yes, it's been really hard on some.
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@allknowing (130114)
• India
5 Nov
It affects the inner organis with permanent effects.
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@sallypup (56907)
• Centralia, Washington
5 Nov
It's awful and doesn't appear to be totally gone.
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@allknowing (130114)
• India
5 Nov
I think it is wortse than the plague of yester years which has now totally disapearedand eardicated.
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@rsa101 (37905)
• Philippines
6 Nov
I contracted this virus before vaccines were available, which is why I struggled to recover because medicines were almost non-existent at the time. I felt like I was being tested to see what worked and what didn't. I even received a plasma transfusion from a recovered covid patient. I am not sure which worked better for me, the experimental medications or the plasma transfusion. I could not tell you which side effects I had after I recovered completely. My lungs have returned to normal, but I am not sure if the rise in my blood pressure is also related to the virus, and my recent struggle with mental health has come out of nowhere.
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@rsa101 (37905)
• Philippines
6 Nov
@allknowing Even though I was unable to make the connection, the reason my mental health was affected at the time was because of a severe infection in my lungs that led to pneumonia. Nevertheless, I recovered completely and the infection did not resurface after I did. Actually, I had irregular blood pressure, which finally manifested as a mental health problem. I assumed it was due to my age and work stress, but now I am wondering if Covid has anything to do with it.
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@allknowing (130114)
• India
6 Nov
@rsa101 There are cases that are associated with Covid but sadly the authorities are mum on the subject
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@allknowing (130114)
• India
6 Nov
I have read your posts about your mental health and I am sure that is due to Covid as it affects all the organs including the brain.
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@jstory07 (132824)
• Roseburg, Oregon
5 Nov
That is sad that there are after effects of covid.
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@allknowing (130114)
• India
5 Nov
Not much is being written about it thought
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@allknowing (130114)
• India
5 Nov
@jstory07 But truth be told
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@jstory07 (132824)
• Roseburg, Oregon
5 Nov
@allknowing They the medical people do not want to scare us.
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@aninditasen (15453)
• Raurkela, India
5 Nov
The authorities say that covid has gone but it hasn't according to WHO as we need a very clean environment to wipe out this virus. Those who have suffered do have other health issues because the virus affects the lungs and then the heart.
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@allknowing (130114)
• India
6 Nov
That is what the Site says
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@allknowing (130114)
• India
6 Nov
@aninditasen We hear of so many youngsters dying of heart attacks
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@aninditasen (15453)
• Raurkela, India
6 Nov
@allknowing Lungs infection can be cured but heart damage is incurable.
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@ogbenishyna (2516)
5 Nov
This is very sad, I also read the Pfizer vaccine left some particles in human DNA.
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@allknowing (130114)
• India
6 Nov
Vaccines never under went trials long enough to be introduced.
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6 Nov
@allknowing that is sad
@GardenGerty (156261)
• United States
6 Nov
I agree that it has been hard on many people. Maybe on me as well. Any time I seem to have a new symptom of anything my Doctor and I discuss whether it could be lingering effects of covid.
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@allknowing (130114)
• India
6 Nov
As long as those symptoms are mild I suppose one could face them but for some it is their kidneys and heart
@Shavkat (136013)
• Philippines
5 Nov
I must say that I became a bit weaker than before the pandemic. It seems the vaccines weakened my visions and diagnosed with borderline hypertensive.
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@allknowing (130114)
• India
6 Nov
I think even the vaccine has left behind bad effects Sorry to hear about your condition.
@RebeccasFarm (81683)
• Wheat Ridge, Colorado
5 Nov
It is something that exists it seems.
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@allknowing (130114)
• India
6 Nov
This disease is a real mystery
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• Wheat Ridge, Colorado
6 Nov
@allknowing It sure is.
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@JudyEv (321380)
• Rockingham, Australia
5 Nov
There has been an upsurge in cases here lately. Covid hasn't finished with us yet.
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@allknowing (130114)
• India
5 Nov
What is disturbing us that it manifests in kidney failures, heart attacks and such.
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@JudyEv (321380)
• Rockingham, Australia
5 Nov
@allknowing That's true. Not everyone gets away with minor cold symptoms.
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• Defuniak Springs, Florida
5 Nov
I wouldn't trust MSN with my health information.
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• Northampton, England
5 Nov
Intriguingly women are four times as likely to get Long Covid, as they are ,M.E
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@allknowing (130114)
• India
6 Nov
It is not a good thing.
@CarolDM (203482)
• Nashville, Tennessee
5 Nov
The vaccines also have many long term effects we are not always told about, sadly.
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@allknowing (130114)
• India
6 Nov
Yes We have been kept away from knowing the truth.
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• Israel
5 Nov
it is hard to "like' this topic, but I feel that I just can't get rid of the sniffles since I had COVID a year and a half ago. It is like a long running cold. Is there a way to check if this is a side effect of COVID?
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@allknowing (130114)
• India
6 Nov
If you did not have this before Covid surely that must be the cause.