The discovery could potentially open new possibilities for how doctors can better treat individual patients and predict what level of hospital care they would need. Typically, doctors will look for key symptoms such as cough, fever and loss of the sense of smell to detect COVID The study, which has not been peer-reviewed, says the six different "types" of COVID can vary by severity and come with their own set of symptoms. The first level, "flu-like with no fever," is associated with headaches, loss of smell, muscle pains, cough, sore throat and chest pain.
Doctors are requesting new COVID symptoms to be added to the official list
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Fatigue, headaches and muscle pain are the most common side effects from Moderna's Covid vaccine, along with some rare symptoms like intractable nausea or vomiting and facial swelling that are likely triggered by the shots, according to new data released Tuesday by the Food and Drug Administration. On a positive note, the data shows the shots were generally better tolerated by people over 64 who are also among the most vulnerable to the disease than for younger people. Side effects to vaccines are common. It's actually an immune response that indicates the shots are working as intended , doctors say. Many physicians are advising the public to brace for some stronger-than-usual side effects from the Covid shots than, say, a typical flu shot, and to possibly take a day or two off work to recover.
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Those are the three symptoms prominently listed on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's website under coronavirus symptoms. But as case counts continue to rise in the United States and across the world, it's clear that COVID, the disease caused by the virus, causes a much wider range of symptoms. The more detailed descriptions of the illness that are emerging show how doctors and researchers are still learning about the disease, which was first reported just three months ago, in real time.
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