Then came fever, chills and nausea. But she never had shortness of breath or coughing. Amy Driscoll first experienced shortness of breath and her chest felt constricted. Stay connected, even when we're all apart. Join our Coronavirus Watch Facebook group.
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Last Updated: October 6, References. This article was co-authored by Laura Marusinec, MD. She received her M. This article has been viewed 24, times. You've probably coughed enough in your life to know that coughs can be different.
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A chronic cough is a cough that lasts eight weeks or longer in adults, or four weeks in children. A chronic cough is more than just an annoyance. A chronic cough can interrupt your sleep and leave you feeling exhausted.
You woke up this morning with a cough, and you're not sure if you're coming down with a cold, the flu or possibly COVID It's not surprising many of us are feeling rundown from all the stress and widescale disruptions to our lives caused by this pandemic. And according to the data , a cough is common sign of COVID, but it's also a common symptom of other viral illnesses like cold and flu. Another thing to be aware of is that we're also coming up to the change of season, said Perth ENT specialist Peter Friedland. The odds of you having COVID are still much lower than getting the common cold or flu, but if you're concerned about your symptoms here's what you should do next.