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Coronavirus: The Strange Symptoms Of A Young American Woman

Coronavirus: The Strange Symptoms Of A Young American Woman
Coronavirus: The Strange Symptoms Of A Young American Woman

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A 20-year-old American woman who tested positive for the new coronavirus revealed through social media that she had experienced symptoms that had not been associated with the disease such as hearing loss and loss of taste.

Julia Buscaglia shared on Twitter that during her stay in Italy she began to feel very ill. In addition to a sore throat, a severe fever, and severe headaches, she also felt something unusual: trouble hearing in her left ear.

"You don't have to have symptoms to be positive. The only symptom I had that was similar was fever. My head throbbed, my ears throbbed and my throat seemed to be burning. My body ached, I had chills and I had a fever. 100.2”were some of the comments he shared on his account.

Julia Buscaglia
Julia Buscaglia

According to the New York Post, the young woman began to feel ill on February 29 and, although two days later she was feeling better, decided to go to the doctor worried about the number of cases of coronavirus in Europe.

The doctor told him that he had a cold. But gradually he began to lose hearing in both ears, in addition to loss of taste. She had no cough or runny nose and thought she was stuffy, according to her Twitter account.

Buscaglia returned to the United States on March 4, where 10 later, following the advice of his family, he was tested for the coronavirus and was positive, the Daily Mail reported.

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On being back in his country, he says that nobody asked him where he had even been at the airport. She stressed that she made a stopover in large cities.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the symptoms associated with COVID-19 are fever, cough, and breathing problems, and they appear 2 to 14 days after infection.

One of the first symptoms is usually a dry cough or sore throat. This can be quickly followed by fever and then, in some cases, fatigue. Some people develop difficulty breathing around the sixth day, the Daily Mail reported.

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