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Health issues after Covid

Has anyone had lingering muscle issues after Covid?  About a month after I recovered I notice that it was getting more difficult to raise my left arm.  I was losing range of motion.  It has continued to diminish.  I have been going to physical therapy as prescribed by my doctor but this has been going on since April without improvement. I keeping moving as I am afraid of frozen shoulder but I am in constant pain.

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  • memerainboltmemerainbolt IndianaPosts: 4,730

    Welcome jmvrzalik to the forum.

    I'm so glad to hear that you recovered from COVID. Have you talked to your doctor about the pain you are in? 

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  • Hello Dear friend!


    I am so happy that you have recovered from COVID-19 and are an absolute warrior. I also tested recovered and survive the worst kind of symptoms of COVID-19. It was a terror to go through all of that. I hope nobody has to go through it. I have experienced the same for 1 week, in my left arm and in my legs too. But thankfully I got treated. I was suggested to put a pillow beneath my arm and keep it elevated so no flued retention. I recommend the same to you.  My chest still hurts sometimes and I can't speak loudly as it makes me have pain in the throat. It happened after COVID. 100 Best Speakers On Mental Resilience

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  • memerainboltmemerainbolt IndianaPosts: 4,730

    Nadia

    I am so glad you recovered from COVID but it is so sad you had to go through that. I hope you recover fully in time.

    Sandra

  • Dear Sandra,

    Thank you so much for your kind words, It means a lot. Yes, it was a terrible experience, but it was enlightening too. I have never felt so enlightened before contracting the virus. I only focused on one thing that our life is so short and will be gone in a blink of an eye. We waste our life in useless and futile thoughts that just bring negativity, hopelessness, and depression with them. I really hope we realize it as soon as we can and live our life to get and spread happiness and love. :)) I have recovered well. Just a few issues here and there but I was lucky enough to survive. :)  I had spent this time reading about mental illnesses and ways to combat it. I hope you all would also read about it and get yourself armed with the right knowledge to fight it off. We need to always remember that knowledge is certainly power.

  • I am happy to hear that you feel better. 

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