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Chest tightness and dry cough
I had covid 20 days back. From past 4 days I started felling chest tigtness and little dry cough. I don't have any other symptoms like fever, cold and my spo2 level is 98. Is it normal to have chest tightness after covid recovery or should I go for any test and medication?
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Get an Chest X ray - PA view done. Consult further for advise after Xray. As breathing exercises and medicines may be given if needed.
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seemingly normal
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consultation is advisable for detailed discussion
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Consult properly
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chest x-ray
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Get chest X-ray done
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