Possible Symptoms of the New Corona Virus that People Ignore

By Syed Ali Raza

Medical experts around the world are gathering data that they believe could be a symptom of the new Novel Corona virus, a disease that appears on the skin of code 19 and is overlooked.

Numerous viral diseases, including measles and mumps appear on the skin as a result of the body’s immune response to infection. Although more research is needed, the number of such cases is increasing worldwide, and preliminary research reports on the new novel Corona virus indicate that the virus that causes code 19 also affects the skin.

In a letter published in the Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology, an Italian doctor said that an analysis of 88 patients with code 19 in the Lombardy region found that 20% had skin problems. Most of them had red rashes or rashes on their torso, while some had blisters that resembled crabs.

Then, in early April, a statement from more than 400 French dermatologists issued a statement stating that potential patients with code 19 had skin symptoms such as hives, red rashes and frostbite.  Signs are visible on the hands and feet. Then in mid-April, in a letter published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, Italian doctors said that grains such as cucumber could also be a sign of code 19.

In the United States, signs such as frostbite on the hands and feet are called code Twice, and medical experts say that patients with code 19 may show purple marks and swelling, and the American Academy of Dermatology diagnosed them with code 19 symptoms.  Added to the registry. Dr. Alyssa Femia of New York University said she had seen all of these symptoms in suspected or confirmed patients with code 19 and discovered that they could be included in possible symptoms.

 “I am shocked by a virus that did all this to humans in the first five months,” she said.

 “Patients admitted to Code 19 hospitals often have pink itchy rashes on the torso and arms and legs, while some develop lumps that resemble cucumbers, but the symptoms are rare,” she said. In her opinion, at present it is difficult to determine whether such urgent problems are really the result of SARS Cove 2 virus or the effect of drugs used to treat it, however, they are often so prominent that it is likely to be the result of the virus.  There may be.She added that sh has seen a lot of Code Twice in recent times, even in people who have very few other symptoms of Code 19, but it is not yet entirely certain that it will be from Code 19.  There is a problem.

 Many people do not get the Code 19 test because they are not sick enough to receive more medical attention, which makes it difficult to determine if the problem is linked to the virus.  No confirmation, but no immediate cause for problems.

She believes that patients with code 19 who do not have symptoms or have very mild symptoms have a problem with code twists, but much remains to be done. She also said that preliminary research indicates that skin rashes in patients with codeine 19 may be the result of circulatory problems, which is a cause for concern.

 The formation of small clots or clots of blood in the skin means that blood clots are also forming in other parts of the body, which can lead to more serious problems in the kidneys, liver or other organs. Other dermatologists in New York are also examining the link between code 19 and skin disorders such as psoriasis and others. The research team from the Ashkenazi School of Medicine has hired patients for this purpose and expects them to quickly understand the relationship between problems and code 19. They are also looking at how well the drugs prescribed to treat skin diseases reduce inflammation in the body and improve the immune system against the new novel corona virus.

The results of this study will be available soon, but Dr. Alyssa Femia says that people with abnormal skin problems should use the medication on the advice of a doctor, which will help them to know that whether or not the symptoms relate to Code 19 and whether they should isolate themselves. According to the World Health Organization, fever is the most common symptom of an infection that first appears and is seen in about 88% of cases (this rate was reported after an analysis of 55,000 cases in China).  Also dry cough, fatigue, cough with thick mucus and difficulty breathing etc.

The Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC), America’s leading medical organization, recently added six new symptoms to its list.  But now this list consists of the following 9 symbols in total:



 Difficulty breathing

 Get cold

 Constant shivering from the cold

 Muscle pain


 Sore throat

 Sudden loss of sense of smell or taste

 In fact, research by the Royal College of Surgeons of England in March found that sniffing was already linked to viruses, with 40 per cent of such cases being reported after a viral infection. According to the research, the increase in the data of patients with code 19 in many countries is a strong indication that most patients also experience loss of sense of smell during the symptoms of the disease.

 In fact, most of the time, it may be the first symptom, with fever being said to be the first and most common symptom. Evidence further states that sniffing as well as loss of sense of taste was seen in people who did not show any other symptoms of code 19 but were diagnosed with the virus.

According to a recent study by the University of California, people who have recently experienced a sudden loss of sense of smell or taste may be 10 times more likely to develop the new Novel Corona virus than any other infection. However, the World Health Organization has not yet updated its list of symptoms, meaning that the WHO has not updated its sense of smell or taste.

Syed Ali Raza is a senior Population Welfare Office serving at Population Welfare Department, Government of Balochistan.

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