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Cough during Covid 19
My husband tested positive 6 days ago. He still has slight fever. Now he also has developed cough. Does cough come later during Covid infection? Or is it something to worry?
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Please check saturation and do a HRCT thorax scan. Cough can come anytime during the infection. The second week of covid is the most critical period. Do not delay medical intervention.
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In case of covid you need to be cautious and monitor symptoms regularly. Cough is also a symptom of covid. To monitor need to do some tests and need complete history. If you need further  help you can consult me on practo app
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Cough  is a symptom of Covid 19 infection -Is he having any breathing difficulty or chest discomfort.. ?? Need to ask further more details
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You can consult through Practo for futher clarification.
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Yes cough comes later in many cases. Please do CBC, CRP, D DIMERS test to determine the severity. And let us know
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