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Coronavirus: Recovered from COVID-19? Look out for these symptoms months after recovery, as per studies – Times of India

Newer findings have now suggested that people who may contract even mild COVID-19 may be at the risk of developing certain pronounced, long-term complications

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Long COVID, or post-COVID is characterized as a syndrome wherein a COVID patient continues to experience symptoms of the disease 4 weeks after testing negative. Findings suggest that 1 in 4 COVID+ patients are long haulers. The symptoms, such as lingering cough, chronic weakness, headaches, myalgia, brain fog could linger weeks or months after recovery, and require evaluation.
However, apart from the long COVID risk, doctors have observed that the long-term complications, for some patients may be…

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