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Music_System

701d

I finally got covid for the first time and I'm worried about developing covid pneumonia. Do you have any recommendations on how you rested or things that made you feel better? Anything is appreciated thank y'all.

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    • Music_System

      700d

      @Ashby Will do, thank you!

    • 55isMe

      701d

      Get the antiviral drug if you can.

      • Music_System

        700d

        @55isMe I'll see if it's available! Thank you!

    • Ashby

      701d

      If you don’t have one already, get an inhaler and use it when you have coughing fits !

      • Music_System

        700d

        @Ashby Will do, thank you!

    • E_belli

      701d

      This is kinda weird.. But try not to lay flat on your back. Sleeping on anything but your back will help. It allows more oxygen into your lungs. It's called proning. I tried it when I was sick and mine didn't progress despite already having asthma and being prone to pneumonia, here it is in more detail- the proning positions https://mountnittany.org/wellness-article/covid-lying-in-a-prone-position-proning#:~:text=When%20you%20have%20COVID%2D,help%20prevent%20lung%20injury.

      • Music_System

        701d

        @E_belli thank you! I'll definitely be using that if I'm ever laying down!

        • E_belli

          701d

          @Music_System I hope you feel better!

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