Discussion in 'Free Speech Alley' started by el005639, Nov 17, 2020.
Just tested positive for the rona.
Started with itchy throat, sneezing and head cold on New Years Eve. No fever, no chills, no cough. I thought it was a cold and then I loss my smell on the 4th so I went and got tested.
I feel fine now, I just can’t smell a damn thing. The cold like symptoms are already gone.
Prayers to him. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.
Good luck and best wishes for a continued recovery!
Christmas day I felt like I got hit by a truck. That may have been the scotch from the night before but doubtful. I was just so tired, absolutely no energy at all. No fever, no chills, no cough just unable to move and felt like I had sand in my throat. Lasted for a few days.
Same here, it started with a hangover and then a scratchy dry throat. Then I had a stuffy nose and was sneezing a bit. Next thing you know, can’t smell a damn thing. I mean, I can’t smell ANYTHING and I can breathe through my nose just fine and I can taste just fine. It’s absolutely the craziest thing to not be able to smell. If it wasn’t for that I never would have gotten tested. Absolutely zero fever. I hope this is the worst of it. Keep you guys posted.
I never lost smell or taste, never had sneezing and just a slight if you can even call it that cough. I attributed that to the scratchy throat, glands on the outside of my throat were really tender for a day or so too but all better now.
I know we disagree on pretty much all aspects of Covid and I am through fighting/arguing on this forum. Not trying to start anything, but I would ask that you get a test to ensure, if you were fortunate to have a very mild case, that you do not inadvertently infect someone who would not be as fortunate.
Yeah I'm over it now. What good would a test do? I'm moving on Admiral, no use shutting the gate after the cows done got out
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