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Anyone have a 2nd Covid infection? Was the second easier/ more mild than the first?

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    • Ksmi

      773d

      I’ve heard mixed things about reinfection, but a lot of longhaulers on Reddit saw improvement of their long haul symptoms after getting reinfected. Some short lived and some are doing much better. It’s so all over the place.

    • Ksmi

      773d

      I’ve heard mixed things about reinfection, but a lot of longhaulers on Reddit saw improvement of their long haul symptoms after getting reinfected. Some short lived and some are doing much better. It’s so all over the place.

    • Suggarbear

      783d

      Second time with COVID this been worst. I was on medication for first time . This time am not allwoed take anything. Going a week now.

    • skypilot302

      790d

      My husband has had it twice within 5 months and it was very mold both time. But I got it 2 days later and ended up in the hospital. I've only had it once.

      • MISHY

        789d

        @skypilot302 how are you feeling now? I hope better, my husband had a mild case of COVID but for me it was worse, it felt like the flu on steroids , for 8 to 10 days. But we both had it once. It’s been 3 and a half months, but COVID left me with PTSD, I have stress and anxiety. It’s affected me, but I’m determined to beat it. Because the virus does cause a lot of inflammation in the body.

        • skypilot302

          789d

          @MISHY covid left me with a heart condition and diabetes which I did not have either one before I got covid. I'm on medication for both and will need to stay on it for the rest of my life. It also effected my memory when talking. It's like I know the word I want to say but I can't remember it. I was hospitalized on day 9 and left 2 weeks later. My main problem was double pneumonia, diabetes caused by the steroids I was given for that and then I had a 'cardiac event'. They wanted to put me on a ventilater but I said no. I'm doing much better now. I do have to watch my oxygen level and my heart rate. I'm glad to hear you, too, are well now.

    • MISHY

      792d

      Hi 👋 are you okay?

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