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Inflammation after covid
Dear sir I complete my isolation 15 days from my fisrt covid symptom begin and present I suffer little bit on inflammation on my chest and can't take long breath and cough also in control and my IL 6 test result is 96.8mg/ml and no fever and no other problem please give me suggestion thank you sir
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Good afternoon, may I know your name, last lab investigation which were done for you.
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Dear, please don't worry. It is quite normal to have such breathing difficulty post Covid 19 or even other forms of viral fever/ pneumonia
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Please do Pranayam in a proper way and do deep breathing exercises. I am sure in a day or two you will start feeling comfortable. And it will improve day by day
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Have you monitored the SPO2 levels Do you have Persistent cough or fever Do you have dyspnea on exertion Have you done the CRP, Ddimer levels
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requires many information. do consult.
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what s ur crp ? do spirometry lung exersise
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Do spirometry exercise.for further information consult...
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