Despite allergies and allergies in the cold season and at the same time as the Covid-19 pandemic, some of the similar symptoms between allergies and coronary heart disease can be confusing.
According to Philadelphia, doctors say the symptoms of allergies can be similar to some of the symptoms of Covid-19. Allergies cause some respiratory problems, and the corona virus also affects a person’s respiratory system, which is why some people worry that allergy symptoms may be Covid-19.
Allergy and the corona virus have overlapping symptoms, according to doctors. Dry cough, shortness of breath, wheezing, stuffy nose and headache are all symptoms of allergies and coronary heart disease, but what doctors usually tell their patients to reassure them is that they usually have a fever with the coronavirus. be.
In addition to the main symptoms of fever, the coronavirus can cause nausea, diarrhea, and muscle aches that are not related to allergies.
Doctors believe that if your throat or nose is itchy, you can be somewhat reassured that you are more likely to be allergic to the coronavirus. Also, allergy symptoms usually appear at a specific time each year.
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Therefore, people with allergies should be as smart about their treatment as ever. If they have chronic allergies and asthma, they need to know how to control it and then take action.
Also, people with allergies should know that these conditions do not increase their risk of developing Covid-19.
Translator: Elahe Zarei