After the lungs, new symptoms of “Omicron” are in an unexpected...

After the lungs, new symptoms of “Omicron” are in an unexpected...
After the lungs, new symptoms of “Omicron” are in an unexpected...
And the “fingerlakes1” website stated that pain in the head, lower back and muscles became one of the most common places where muscle pain was felt, after the infection of the mutant.Omicron“.

But the virus does not stop there. Several studies have observed that muscle pain has become a common symptom.

Doctor Charu Arora, who works at the Asian Institute of Medical Sciences, says that he has noticed that muscle pain has become one of the most prominent modern symptoms of the Corona virus.

And muscle back pain is not a new symptom of the Corona virus, but it has multiplied in the new mutations such as “Delta” and “Omicron”.

And studies reported earlier that 63 percent of patients with the “delta” mutant, and 42 percent of the “Omicron” mutant, reported back muscle pain, as one of the main symptoms. for the disease.

The problem with these symptoms is that they will persist in some cases, even after recovery from the injury.

“Omicron patients tend to have more back pain,” Arora said.

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