Long Covid: The sign in your throat that could persist after a Covid infection – study

It also listed cardiopulmonary symptoms – chest pain, difficulties with breathing, and pain when breathing, musculoskeletal symptoms – painful muscles, and general symptoms – heavy arms or legs, and general tiredness – as more severe.

A lump in the throat was also found to be more common in women than men.

“Furthermore, although sex differences are known to be present in persistent somatic symptoms of COVID-19, this is the first study of our knowledge to stratify symptom dynamics by sex both before and after COVID-19,” it says.

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“Multiple somatic symptoms—for example, feeling hot and cold alternately, lump in throat, and general tiredness—were shown to be more severe after COVID-19 in women than in men, compared with controls.”

source: express.co.uk