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    With your issues should you not phone 111 for advice?
    So basically I've to wait a day or two and if symptoms get worse, have to phone back. No wonder folk just turn up at the doctors/hospital. My wife is here incase I need to get wherever it is I need to get to sharpish.


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    So basically I've to wait a day or two and if symptoms get worse, have to phone back. No wonder folk just turn up at the doctors/hospital. My wife is here incase I need to get wherever it is I need to get to sharpish.
    Hope you're ok fella
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    Both my wife and myself displaying most of the symptoms. I had no idea that mental confusion might be experienced! The other day trying to make coffee I inexplicably threw out the coffee pod and put milk in the water holder. Was pretty weird.

    I've almost totally recovered. My wife however partially recovers and then suffers other symptoms.

    It most definitively feels like a novel virus. If you eventually catch it you will understand.

    It's like its probing at all an individual's weak spots in a bid to gain control.

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    Both my wife and myself displaying most of the symptoms. I had no idea that mental confusion might be experienced! The other day trying to make coffee I inexplicably threw out the coffee pod and put milk in the water holder. Was pretty weird.

    I've almost totally recovered. My wife however partially recovers and then suffers other symptoms.

    It most definitively feels like a novel virus. If you eventually catch it you will understand.

    It's like its probing at all an individual's weak spots in a bid to gain control.
    Are you suggesting your brain's your weak spot?

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    Are you suggesting your brain's your weak spot?
    Lol. Has been recently!!

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    I think I might have it. Gutted if I do as not been out the house since Saturday night except a doctors appointment on Tuesday. Other than doctor I've only been in contact with my wife and kids so had hoped it had passed me by. I've a weak immune system along with heart and kidney problems so if this is what it's like on day one, I could be in trouble.
    Hopefully things will pick up for you soon. Hang in there.👍

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    Quote Originally Posted by DH1875 View Post
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    So basically I've to wait a day or two and if symptoms get worse, have to phone back. No wonder folk just turn up at the doctors/hospital. My wife is here incase I need to get wherever it is I need to get to sharpish.
    Take care. Keep us posted as you can.

    I seem to be 99% over whatever I had. So much better today, just a rough throat like I need to clear it . All.other symptoms gone

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    Quote Originally Posted by DH1875 View Post
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    So basically I've to wait a day or two and if symptoms get worse, have to phone back. No wonder folk just turn up at the doctors/hospital. My wife is here incase I need to get wherever it is I need to get to sharpish.
    Take care, DH. Hopefully it eases pretty quickly and you either don't have it, or only experience a mild version!

    We've got a family friend who's 10 days post-diagnosis (confirmed, as she was in hospital getting bloods done for something else and presented two of the symptoms). We were all pretty worried, as she's severely immunocompromised (undergoing chemotherapy for the nth time, prone to fluid on the lungs). She was utterly hellish with it from days 1 to 8, but is slowly starting to improve.

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    Take care, DH. Hopefully it eases pretty quickly and you either don't have it, or only experience a mild version!

    We've got a family friend who's 10 days post-diagnosis (confirmed, as she was in hospital getting bloods done for something else and presented two of the symptoms). We were all pretty worried, as she's severely immunocompromised (undergoing chemotherapy for the nth time, prone to fluid on the lungs). She was utterly hellish with it from days 1 to 8, but is slowly starting to improve.

    It's so good to hear that it looks like shes beating it. We never hear these stories, especially from someone with really serious health conditions. Because of the reporting it's easy to assume if you have underlying conditions you won't survive it. I hope she continues to improve, shes sounds like a tough one

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.S View Post
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    It's so good to hear that it looks like shes beating it. We never hear these stories, especially from someone with really serious health conditions. Because of the reporting it's easy to assume if you have underlying conditions you won't survive it. I hope she continues to improve, shes sounds like a tough one
    She's similar to a former poster on here (sure he won't mind me naming him, as his story was in the papers when we did the Hibs.Net longest day of golf charity event) - Lawrence (I haven't seen him in a while on here and can't remember his username, shamefully!). She's had cancer in excess of 12 times now and keeps fighting back and beating it. She said at the start of being diagnosed with this, that she was more scared of this than any of her previous cancer diagnoses, partly because of the unknown and partly because of the media hype.

    We feared the worst post-diagnosis, but it's great to see her turning a bit of a corner in the past few days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylar View Post
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    She's similar to a former poster on here (sure he won't mind me naming him, as his story was in the papers when we did the Hibs.Net longest day of golf charity event) - Lawrence (I haven't seen him in a while on here and can't remember his username, shamefully!). She's had cancer in excess of 12 times now and keeps fighting back and beating it. She said at the start of being diagnosed with this, that she was more scared of this than any of her previous cancer diagnoses, partly because of the unknown and partly because of the media hype.

    We feared the worst post-diagnosis, but it's great to see her turning a bit of a corner in the past few days.
    I remember Lawrence well from his posts. I've had cancer twice now, finished chemo at the end of last year, ended up with multiple blood clots in both lungs and really struggled to breath but I have to say I'm more scared of this virus Her story has really given me a boost and hope.. Thanks for sharing it .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylar View Post
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    She's similar to a former poster on here (sure he won't mind me naming him, as his story was in the papers when we did the Hibs.Net longest day of golf charity event) - Lawrence (I haven't seen him in a while on here and can't remember his username, shamefully!). She's had cancer in excess of 12 times now and keeps fighting back and beating it. She said at the start of being diagnosed with this, that she was more scared of this than any of her previous cancer diagnoses, partly because of the unknown and partly because of the media hype.

    We feared the worst post-diagnosis, but it's great to see her turning a bit of a corner in the past few days.
    His username is houchy, top guy that I have sadly lost touch with. Heís not been online here for a good while.

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    I was really poorly since early sat morning. Started off woke up with a cough, was then sick. Temp was roasting one min to cold and shivering the next. Fatigue set in with aches all over, by last night I could hardly walk the stairs to bed.

    Managed to sleep for few hours, feel slightly better. Still got cough and feel as if I have been hit all over with a small hammer but the can walk about better.

    If this is a different illness and the virus is worse I do not fancy getting it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylar View Post
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    She's similar to a former poster on here (sure he won't mind me naming him, as his story was in the papers when we did the Hibs.Net longest day of golf charity event) - Lawrence (I haven't seen him in a while on here and can't remember his username, shamefully!). She's had cancer in excess of 12 times now and keeps fighting back and beating it. She said at the start of being diagnosed with this, that she was more scared of this than any of her previous cancer diagnoses, partly because of the unknown and partly because of the media hype.

    We feared the worst post-diagnosis, but it's great to see her turning a bit of a corner in the past few days.
    Lawrence Stewart. I saw him a season or so ago at a game. Still around

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    I've had a tacky throat and today I woke up stuffy and glutty. I've not other symptoms and I'm healthy. My issue is I'm a key worker and I really don't want to take any chances of compromising others but at the same I don't want to go off now if I don't have.

    What I have I wouldn't normally even think about as more than a tiny bit sniffles.

    Crap dilemma to be in. I'm off til Tuesday anyway so I'll see how I feel tomorrow.

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    My cough was not constant had it for 3/4 days now with phlegm and runny nose no temp so for me just a run of the mill job.
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    Iíve posted about my mum and her diagnosis on the main Coronavirus thread in this sub forum. Please read if anyone wants more info on this virus, I think itís important people know this illness has different ways of affecting folks.

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