Doctors note new COVID-19 symptoms in young adults – WGN TV Chicago

by: Stassy Olmos and Nexstar Media Wire

Jul 10, 2020/ 06:02 AM CDT

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Jul 10, 2020/ 06:02 AM CDT

We recognized this infection can do a range of damage to you, from no symptoms, moderate signs, a bigger collection of symptoms clearly it can make you very sick and (you) come into the medical facility and (it interferes with) the way much of your organs work, discussed Schaffner.

The jump in such cases is reflected in cities like Nashville, where more youthful adults ages 25 to 34 are mainly making up the spike.

Watchfulness is crucial. Take note of any of these symptoms, self-isolate, and wait a few days prior to getting evaluated. If taken too early, typically tests are revealing up unfavorable.

While fever was originally the very first telltale indication of the unique coronavirus, now lots of wear t ever get one.

Centers in Nashville say their phones are sounding off the hook with younger COVID-19 clients suffering from debilitating migraines, something they haven t discovered a medication that works for.

Other signs consist of nausea, diarrhea, loss of taste and odor, and extreme headaches.

The spectrum of symptoms continues to broaden and so more youthful people frequently do come in now rather to our surprise without fever, and this stomach pain seems to affect them a bit more, stated Schaffner.

Doctors recommend getting checked about four days after beginning to feel signs, that method the infection will reveal up on the swab.

Around the nation, we re seeing more young individuals come to treatment and frequently needing to be admitted to the hospital, stated Dr. William Schaffner, an Infectious Disease professor at Vanderbilt University.

Doctors recommend remaining hydrated and taking Tylenol if you do contract COVID-19.

Over the past few days, they re starting to establish, they re explaining some brand-new signs, discussed Dr. Alex Jahangir with Metro Nashville s Coronavirus Task Force.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) Statistics in multiple states show a boost in COVID-19 cases primarily from individuals in their 20s and 30s, and now doctors state they are likewise seeing different symptoms among their more youthful patients.

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