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HOW I SURVIVED COVID-19 | My CORONAVIRUS recovery timeline, symptoms, and self-isolation strategies


HOW I SURVIVED COVID-19 | My CORONAVIRUS recovery timeline, symptoms, and self-isolation strategies

How I survived COVID-19 at home. This is my coronavirus recovery story - from how I got sick, to getting tested for COVID-19, to my recovery timeline, to the self-isolation strategies that kept my family healthy - and an update on how I am doing after 4 weeks.

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I tested positive for Covid-19 on April 3, 2020 and I was so fortunate to able to recover from Covid-19 in Canada - it was a HUGE blessing. All of the COVID-19 news can be really scary. I am so grateful for all of the health care and essential workers who are continuing to put themselves in harms way during this pandemic. THANK YOU so much!

I hope this video helps to shed light on the fact that self isolation and social distancing WORKS to stop the virus from spreading throughout a community. We managed to keep our household community healthy while I was recovering from coronavirus. I also wanted to give a description of my coronavirus symptoms day day and my latest coronavirus update. Thanks for watching my COVID-19 vlog!

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Covid-19: The Road to Recovery

There is much we are still learning about Covid-19, one thing we know for certain, is that the road to recovery isn’t always straightforward.

This short animation illustrates what physiotherapists say many patients can expect when recovering from Covid-19.

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Coronavirus: Survivors of COVID-19 tell their stories | The Stream

Worldwide there have been more than five million cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, and more than 328,000 deaths. While those numbers are shocking, the reality is the majority of those who contract the illness survive it.

Many people believe that having the virus is an experience akin with having the flu or a bad cold. Survivors, though, are telling different stories, in which many of them have experienced a rollercoaster of severe symptoms. Doctors are also investigating whether the virus could cause long-term health complications.

So what is it really like to have Covid-19 and come out the other side? In this episode of The Stream, we’re joined by a group of survivors to find out.

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What’s the best way to recover from COVID-19?

There’s no secret potion when it comes to recovering from COVID-19. Conjoint Professor at UNSW Medicine and respiratory disease expert Christine Jenkins gives her top five tips to give yourself the best chance to recover.

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After being on a ventilator, many patients experience delirium, anxiety, and extreme fatigue. NBC News spoke with a group of COVID-19 survivors about their experience and long-term recovery.
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A COVID-19 Survivor’s Story

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Covid-19 Symptoms For 14 Weeks and Counting, Treatment and Recovery for Long Haulers

We are officially 4 months in on the Covid-19 pandemic, and there seems to be no end in sight. States are now having to close down again after reopening too quickly and seeing a surge in new Coronavirus cases.

The fear and anxiety levels are high. People are continuing to get sick. We have gone back into self-quarantine, cancel social distancing events...but we all need to collectively do this so that we can beat this pandemic.

Some people are now being called Long Haulers -- people who have had lingering Covid-19 symptoms that just don't seem to go away -- excessive fatigue, dry cough. Fitness trainer Amanda Thebe is one of those people. She lives in one of the current Coronavirus hot spots in Houston, Texas.

Amanda is healthy conscious (she's a fitness trainer, how much more health conscious can one be??!!) and she is on week 14 and counting!!

Amanda shares her initial symptoms, visits to the doctor, treatment at home, and her long road to recovery...which she is still on.

She talks about getting tested and her results, with a warning to all those getting tested.

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I have been documenting various people's experience with Covid-19. It all started when my husband and daughter contracted it back in March (wow - that feels like a long time ago!)

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Then I did a video of her recovery...

Coronavirus Chronicles: My Daughter Shares Her Symptoms and Recovery

For those who are fighting symptoms, drink lots and lots of liquids. Go see your doctor. You will defeat this illness. And self- isolate -- I can't stress that enough... don't get others sick! Make sure to wear a mask and keep washing your hands.

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Todd Nelson's COVID-19 Recovery Story

Todd Nelson is an active 54 year old with four kids. When he found out he had COVID-19, he thought it would just be like a bad flu. He never thought he would end up on a ventilator for 25 days at CentraCare – St. Cloud Hospital. His amazing recovery was celebrated by staff and community members, but also serves as a reminder to take the virus seriously.

COVID 19: Lingering and Chronic Symptoms After Recovery from Coronavirus Infection

There is much to learn still about COVID.
We have seen a wide range of infections - from the asymptomatic to the critically ill.
One thing we have noticed in several patients who have had COVID-19 and recovered, is several ongoing lingering symptoms. So called long haulers.
This seems to happen to some, but not all. Including those sick enough to be in the ICU, and even those not as sick. The cause and mechanism of this is still unclear, but it is a real phenomenon.
However it is important to pay attention to these symptoms, as they certainly impact quality of life.
I discuss this more in today's video.
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*** This video is educational only, and it is not medical advice. Please consult with your doctor for any medical related questions or issues.

i had covid-19: all of my weird symptoms, beating it, and recovery.

hey everyone!

this week i'm back with the first video i'm filming in a month and a half.. a little explanation for where i've been. yes, i had covid-19 as most of you already know, but i wanted to make a video squashing some of the myths, sharing the tough symptoms some of us don’t want to talk about, how i managed to survive all of them, and my now recovery. i spared y'all some of the details but i wanted to be honest so that anyone else out there experiencing the symptoms that i had, don't feel so alone. a lot of us don't have to be hospitalized and are sent home to recover on our own care which is scary. how could you trust yourself to take care of something unprecedented? trust me it IS possible. i am so thankful that it didn't come to the point of hospitalization but my symptoms were very painful and so i knew that i had to share exactly what i did to combat them. i hope this video could help some of you through your questions and maybe if you're experiencing this too, you will feel less alone.

i am so incredibly thankful to be back and to still have so much support. your messages really meant the world when i was at my lowest. sending you all so much love,

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My Coronavirus Experience - What Was The Worst Part of COVID-19?

My Coronavirus experience might be different from yours. If you are experiencing any of the Covid-19 symptoms, you should notify a medical professional or at least let a family member know. I was diagnosed with COVID-19, but thankfully I have recovered. There were many experiences that I had with this Coronavirus, but some were worse than others. I'll tell you what my COVID-19 symptoms were and why they weren't the worst thing I experienced. Thanks for listening to my story!

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