Coronavirus warning – the subtle pain in your calf that could be caused by COVID-19 virus

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Coronavirus warning – the subtle pain in your calf that could be caused by COVID-19 virus

Coronavirus is an infectious disease that has been confirmed in more than four million people across the world. A scientist has now revealed that he developed a painful calf during his battle against the COVID-19 infection.

Professor Paul Garner, from the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, has explained the symptoms he developed after becoming infected with coronavirus.

He revealed that he developed an acute pain in his calf that could be linked to the infection.

It was just one of the unusual symptoms Garner reported, including arthritis, and an unusual feeling on his skin.

Everyday he developed a new series of symptoms, and the scientist admitted that it’s strange and frightening.

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“In mid March I developed COVID-19,” Garner wrote in the BMJ.

“For almost seven weeks I have been through a roller coaster of ill health, extreme emotions, and utter exhaustion. Although not hospitalised, it has been frightening and long.

“The illness went on and on. The symptoms changed, it was like an advent calendar, every day there was a surprise, something new. A muggy head; acutely painful calf; upset stomach; tinnitus; pins and needles; aching all over; breathlessness; dizziness; arthritis in my hands; weird sensation in the skin with synthetic materials.

“Symptoms come and go, are strange and frightening. The exhaustion is severe, real, and part of the illness. And we all need support and love from the community around us.”

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But, the more common symptoms of coronavirus include a fever, and a new, continuous cough.

You’re more likely to be infected with COVID-19 if you develop at least two other symptoms.

Some patients have also reported diarrhoea, headaches, and even a widespread rash.

As the infection develops, some COVID-19 patients develop shortness of breath.


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