These days, there is no shortage of information about every aspect of the virus known as COVID-19.
Surprisingly, much of what we do know is based on our history with past viruses. We know, for example, that the virus is transmitted primarily through the air via contact with an infected person's breath, sneeze, or cough.
We also know that the people who are infected with the COVID-19 virus do not all experience the same symptoms and their recovery times can vary.
The three most common symptoms of the COVID-19 virus are:
- It is important to remember that the 98.6 body temperature that we have come to accept as "normal" body temperature is merely a baseline established in Germany over 100 years ago. Your normal oral temperature may be slightly higher or lower.
- Dry cough. This is a particularly distinguishing symptom in that it was not always a symptom of past viruses. The COVID-19 cough is reported as a dry cough, that is, one that does not produce phlegm and starts at the back of the throat instead of in your airways.
- Shortness of breath. People infected with COVID-19 report this as the most concerning symptom, with some patients reporting that it can be as severe as the feeling one would get while drowning.
The remaining symptoms are all also common symptoms for other viruses, the flu, or the common cold. Joint pain is one of these and while some people infected with the COVID-19 virus report joint pain, it is not experienced by everyone.
Your joint pain may be a symptom of something else
Testing for the virus is key, of course, but in the absence of the three symptoms listed above, the chances of your joint pain as a COVID-19 symptom are greatly reduced.
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