Meesie

266d

I had covid Jan 9, 2022. Before covid, I was ok. I have no thyroid, in menopause etc.. I was dealing with LPR (silent reflux) it was under control. Diet mostly. After having covid, my gastro sxs are just bad. Gurgling, gas, uneasy stomach. I didn’t have these sxs before covid. My husband as well. I feel like this virus wrecked havoc in our gut. It’s very discouraging. The only way I can describe my experience after is by saying, I feel different. I can’t explain it. I just feel different than I did before covid. Make sense?

Headache

Long COVID

Pneumonia

Nausea and Vomiting

Abdominal Distention

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  • CurlyCourtney

    266d

    My fiancé and I had Covid at the beginning of 2021 right before the variants started coming around. We had the full on covid and we’ve never been the same either.

  • Meesie

    266d

    I know so many people who say this phrase. “Haven’t been the same” can I ask what you are dealing with?

  • MissAl

    266d

    I had covid in Feb ‘21 and I haven’t been the same since. Issues I had handled came down tenfold and management ways just wouldn’t work. For me it triggered an auto immune response, a big one. I’ve been nauseous for a year, constant stomach issues, sleep issues, pain, severe fatigue, depression and anxiety to the max, cognitive issues(many). It took me 6 months to completely crumble and another 6 to get back on my feet and accept my life is different. My body is different. My brain is different. But it’s just a new season to adapt to and learn from. Next stage in life I guess.

  • CurlyCourtney

    266d

    I’ve had lingering headaches, fatigue, and can still barely smell and taste. He has horrible fatigue. We’ve both been told we have long Covid but there’s not really any help for us. We had it a year ago and are STILL dealing with this.

  • Meesie

    266d

    Like MissAL said, I’m different. My brain. My body. I’m trying to get to that place of acceptance as well. I feel like ailments I had before are heightened to a new level. I can’t even explain it. When I had covid, I didn’t feel this. When I was recovery after, I had this feeling of sadness, numbness. Again, can’t describe it. Not depression either. Like my old self was gone. I wish I could explain it better.

  • Meesie

    266d

    I get this metallic taste in my throat from time to time as well. My husband has horrible nausea out of the blue. As if he has a stomach bug. Chills, headache, stomach upset, fatigue. Then it lifts miraculously. This is almost a weekly occurrence. Weird headaches.

  • CurlyCourtney

    266d

    I also can’t eat meat anymore 🤷🏻‍♀️

  • Mariposita_Obsidiana

    266d

    I had COVID in December of 2020, and my Fibromyalgia has been ten times worse since then. I totally understand that you feel different post virus.

  • Feleciahaney79

    266d

    I had Covid at the end of October had it for almost three weeks then I started how hallucinating I could only see in black and white I was hot 1 minute then freezing the next I would hyperventilate my mom then had to come take care of my family and house and I don’t remember any of it nothing I lost 15 pounds I’m just now feeling ok not normal but ok I now have long haulers my hair is falling out but it does grow back within 6-9 months my doctor said my brain was swollen look up symptoms of long haulers and I literally have every symptom except 2 I wonder if I will ever feel normal again 😢

  • Feleciahaney79

    266d

    I hope you get better I’ll pray 🙏 ❤️

  • Leeroxa

    255d

    My heart and lungs have damage..... I know im different. I want to go back to what I was like bf my covid pnemonia.

    • Monie30

      254d

      I too have lung issues and have pneumonia dr calls it inflammation now isn't it all the same

  • Leeroxa

    255d

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