Two signs in the nose warn of a possible “Covid-19” infection!

The ability to recognize the possible signs and symptoms of “Covid-19” allows for faster treatment and to follow appropriate self-isolation guidelines that must be adhered to.

Mild symptoms of “Covid-19” include: aches and pains, cough, diarrhea, fever, headache, runny nose, shortness of breath, sore throat and fatigue. And when the virus develops in the body, more severe symptoms such as severe shortness of breath, kidney failure, liver failure and pneumonia can become a reality. There are two types of “Covid-19” symptoms present in the individual’s nose, which warn of a possible viral infection.

Common symptoms of allergies or colds are a runny nose, facial pain, postnasal drip, and itchy eyes.

However, they are not a typical symptom of “Covid-19”. According to the World Health Organization (WHO): “The most common symptoms of” Covid-19 “are fever, fatigue and dry cough.” Some patients may experience aches, pains, nasal congestion, and runny or sore throat.

“In a report from China of more than 1,000 patients, nasal congestion was observed in only one in 20 patients,” said Dr. Christine Arthur, internal medicine specialist at MemorialCare Medical Group.

– Runny nose

“Runny nose is one of the symptoms reported in” Covid-19 “patients, said Katrina Herren, chief medical officer at Doctorlink.” A runny nose occurs in about 5% of people with the disease. ”

She added, “There is no real way to tell the difference without testing to look for viruses that cause” Covid-19 “and the common cold. However, if you do not have a fever or a persistent cough, it is more likely to be a cold rather than” Covid-19 ” . ”

A runny nose could be an early warning sign of infection with the Coronavirus, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

While it is very common to have a runny nose, it could be a sign of something more serious.

It is likely that the cause of a runny nose is “Covid-19”, if it is accompanied by any of the more common symptoms.

If you feel congested and are experiencing a high temperature or a new cough, you should isolate yourself for at least seven days.

Congestion

Nasal congestion is caused by viruses and bacteria when a person is sick or infected.

This condition causes inflammation in the nasal passages, which leads to swelling that greatly reduces or even blocks the flow of air through the nostrils.

In addition to inflammation, nasal congestion also occurs due to enlargement of the large blood vessels in the nose, which reduces the size of the nasal cavity and reduces the flow of air.

Dr. Ahmed Sidaghat said that the nasal cavity is likely to be the main site of entry and infection with the “Covid-19” virus, because at least 90% of inhaled air enters the body through the nose.

“The production of rhinoviruses is very high and tends to occur early in the disease process, while patients are still without symptoms or have very mild symptoms,” he added.

And if you have a runny nose or congestion, it is important to carefully monitor symptoms and take precautions.

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