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Shortness in Breath and chest pain
I fell sick with covid symptoms from May14, on 13 I had mild pain on upper center of my chest and from next I had high fever. From 17 I lost both taste and smell. And probably from 19 I started having mild chest pain exactly at the center and shortness of breathing but I did not have these problems on a daily basis. And again after 3-4 days I got these problems and again from June 2,3 and 4(today), I have got these problems and this time the pain has moved a little left with shortness in breathing. Plz advice, is my condition serious? Plz reply, thank you
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Do a online consultation with a pulmonologist for further evaluation and management
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Hi. I understand your concern s. If oxygen saturation is above 94% then nothing to worry. Do a online consult for a detailed analysis of your symptoms and to suggest you further management plan and treatment prescription
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You have not given any reports.pl have hrct chest and other viral parameters and do consult on line a pulmonologist.
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Chest pain is common in Covid patients. If your Spo2 is normal, you should be ok. But do get a Chest imaging (Chest x ray or CT chest done). To rule out any complications in a post COVID lung.
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Monitor SPO2. May take paracetamol for pain relief.
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