The coronavirus actually has a band of symptoms—some so trifling they are barely noticeable or easily confused with something else—it can go unnoticed or undiagnosed. These are some sure signs mentioned below that gives an idea that you already have had coronavirus. If you are experiencing any of them, call your medical professional immediately.
>Long-Lasting Fatigue or Brain Fog: Many people with COVID-19 report severe fatigue and an inability to concentrate that lingers for weeks. This is something we really need to extremely look at, because it very well might be a post-viral syndrome associated with COVID-19.
>Reduced, or Loss of, Sense of Taste and Smell: Some people who experience a loss of their taste and smell may have slender the coronavirus. It's a symptom that might accompany really mild symptoms, like those not dissimilar to the common cold—runny nose, congestion and sore throat—but it can also accompany the very mild symptoms, such as muscle aches, fatigue, fever and a continuous cough.
>A Dry Cough That Just Won't Go Away: Regular cough with fever is the most common sign of coronavirus. It's dry, persistent and causes shortness of breath. And like fatigue and breathlessness, the cough can last long after you've officially recovered from the virus.
>Reduced Appetite: If your body is infected by a virus like COVID-19, your appetite can become reduced. It is really important to drink plenty of fluids to help your body battle the virus and minimize the symptoms and even if you don't feel like it, try to eat something, even if it's just a snack or a small meal.
So, if you are experiencing any of the above symptoms, do consult a doctor immediately.