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COVIDnegative high DDimer and diarrhoea
My mother 62 yrs is COVID negative but she started having diarrhoea from 3 days. She has been on blood thinners for 4yrs now and her D Dimers is 3300. We got Rtpcr,cb naat for COVID and hrct as normal for her and her CRP is 1.0. My father was tested positive with no symptoms. Please advise
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Covid 19 - is a multi system inflammatory and thromboemolic type of disease In simple terms it causes inflammation in mutiple places inside the body and increases tclot formation D-Dimer levels are when increases are indication of increased chances of clot formation You should consult a physician immediately
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Keep charting the spo2 and temp every 4-6 hourly
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If symptoms increase or wrsen after 5 days you should contact a doctor immediately
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Covid test may be negative but symptoms suggestive of covid take treatment for covid 19
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