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These 4 Easy-To-Miss Symptoms Could Mean You Have COVID, Experts Say

Best Life Logo By Zachary Mack of Best Life | Slide 1 of 5: While it may be dangerously easy to spread or catch the novel coronavirus, it can be surprisingly difficult to tell if you have it based on your symptoms. In fact, it's so similar to what you might feel with seasonal allergies or the flu that it can be downright impossible to confirm without a COVID test. But according to research, there are some very easy-to-miss symptoms that could be telling you that you have come down with coronavirus very early on.These seemingly innocent ailments could be important initial warnings that you've caught coronavirus—and they have nothing to do with your lungs, Express Daily reports. "It's possible we may be missing a significant portion of patients sick with the coronavirus due to our current testing strategies focusing on respiratory symptoms alone," said Alexander Podboy, MD, author of a Stanford Medicine study on COVID. Read on to find out which symptoms you should be on the lookout for, and for more on how the pandemic is affecting your area, check out How Bad the COVID Outbreak Is in Your State.Read the original article on Best Life.

These 4 Easy-To-Miss Symptoms Could Mean You Have COVID, Experts Say

While it may be dangerously easy to spread or catch the novel coronavirus, it can be surprisingly difficult to tell if you have it based on your symptoms. In fact, it's so similar to what you might feel with seasonal allergies or the flu that it can be downright impossible to confirm without a COVID test. But according to research, there are some very easy-to-miss symptoms that could be telling you that you have come down with coronavirus very early on.

These seemingly innocent ailments could be important initial warnings that you've caught coronavirus—and they have nothing to do with your lungs, Express Daily reports. "It's possible we may be missing a significant portion of patients sick with the coronavirus due to our current testing strategies focusing on respiratory symptoms alone," said Alexander Podboy, MD, author of a Stanford Medicine study on COVID. Read on to find out which symptoms you should be on the lookout for, and for more on how the pandemic is affecting your area, check out How Bad the COVID Outbreak Is in Your State.

Read the original article on Best Life.

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