I traveled to California with some colleagues first week of January, came home on Delta nonstop LAX to MCO. Of the 8 of us, we flew out together, went around to sites together, and always had dinner together with our west coast employees. But the flight home, two of us took a different flight.spent the past few weeks realizing that it probably went through my household early this year, before self-quarantine was widely recommended in the US. all had respiratory issues, fever, body aches and tested negative for pneumonia or flu. nobody hospitalized, but it still fucking sucked. coughing felt like being punched in the ribs.
Haven't heard anyone mention having a migraine, but I have heard of having that horrible headache that one gets with a head cold. Who knows with this shit anymore?I've had a sudden migraine since last night. Can migraines be part of the Covid?
I wouldn't necessarily bet on it. The two worst cold/flu/whatevers I had were after flights, usually while surrounded by revolting coofing babies and fat people and shit. You're exposed to pathogens from all over the world. They could easily include the coof, though.All six who took the same flight were out sick for nearly two solid weeks with some sort of truly horrendous respiratory infection. Dry cough, fever, body aches, for me also nausea, but the others (all guys) didn’t have that. I’d been thinking of calling someone (but I don’t know who?) to suggest they check the manifest for that flight and trace from there. My husband got very very sick as well, his seemed to linger much longer. My daughter, who is 13, only got a little of it.
It went away, albeit accompanied by a seizure. Fuck epilepsy.Haven't heard anyone mention having a migraine, but I have heard of having that horrible headache that one gets with a head cold. Who knows with this shit anymore?
Migraines are evil fucks, hope you get better whatever's happening.
Man, sorry to hear that. I'm epileptic too. I feel like having epilepsy might have contributed to the insane insomnia I've had recently, weird ass dreams, messed up attention span--- I feel like the high fever (even for short periods), left a psychological affect. I have heard from hospital workers that other people have psychological issues from this and just from fevers in general. I wonder how different types of epilepsy are affected from something like COVID.It went away, albeit accompanied by a seizure. Fuck epilepsy.
Not me, but there's a whole Reddit sub for people who are having long term effects 60 and 90 days after they should have gotten over it. My mom thinks she had it, before it was testable, and had weird breathing that hung around for over a month.Anyone else feeling massively "off" and just all fucked up "after" being sick? I tried to go back to work, couldn't breathe well enough to do my job, still on leave now. Of course, my company is being dickheads and they're saying I just "self quarantined" because they don't think telemedicine is a thing. This has been such a bizarre experience. I've had a lot of weird after-effects from being sick. Anyone else getting this??
Since they didn't do any testing back in April when I went to the ER I still have no idea. They just said it was a respiratory infection. Maybe they weren't doing testing then. But I have a chronic cough anyway and I am coughing pretty bad today. "Scarred lung nothing to worry about" my shiny metal ass.Not me, but there's a whole Reddit sub for people who are having long term effects 60 and 90 days after they should have gotten over it. My mom thinks she had it, before it was testable, and had weird breathing that hung around for over a month.