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Hello doctor,  my husband was tested covid+ve on 17 May 2021. took ct on 24th may it was 25% lung involvement  Was on 1month oxygen support. It's been nearly 3 months since he discharged from hospital (22nd June 2021). His oxygen level is normal 97-99% . My doubt is his respiratory rate is 20-23 bpm. Is anything to worry? When will it gets normal?. He don't have breathing issues.
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No need to worry..it's okay
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Need to evaluate other cause like muscular weakness or or other system involvement causing increase in resp rate
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May be some fibrosis. Pl send the ct report. Pl consult Pulmonologist online with all the reports and treatment taken.
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Hi. I understand your concern. Nothing to worry. Do a online consult for a detailed analysis of symptoms and to suggest you further management plan and treatment prescription for the same
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It’s ok
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