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What do you do if you start noticing symptoms of Corona in the third wave?


Corona cases are increasing rapidly all over the world, in light of the third wave of the coronavirus, and it is important to observe the symptoms of Corona since its inception to take precautions and prevent the spread of infection, and 90% of Corona cases can be treated at home, according to experts and doctors, but what are the first steps Which should you be in if you suspect you have a corona infection at home, and what should you do when the test result is positive? This is what we recognize in the next report, according to The Times of India.



What do you do if you start noticing symptoms of Corona in the third wave?

Don't ignore the symptoms

The first thing to do is to be aware of possible signs and symptoms, including high fever, congestion, shortness of breath, unusual rashes, runny nose, red eyes, vomiting, muscle pain, and sore throat.


When should you take the Corona test

Testing should be done in order of priority while detecting symptoms can be a source of great concern, note the order in which symptoms appear, and many tests also come out negative even with symptoms appearing due to tests done too early.


The incubation period for the virus, meaning the time from infection with the virus until the appearance of symptoms, is 2-14 days, and the most appropriate time for testing is 3 days after the appearance of signs of infection.


Tests can also be done early, but remember that there can always be a chance of getting false negative results.


What do you do after discovering the symptoms of Corona?

Quarantine and isolation should actually begin from the first day you start detecting symptoms. Do not wait for test results to appear. Instead, start following up from the first days when symptoms begin to appear.


Wear a mask and isolate yourself from your family members even if it turns out to be something other than Corona, it would be a good way to stop the spread of infectious diseases and get much-needed rest.


Isolate yourself in a well-ventilated room that contains a different bathroom and allocate the utilities and utensils that you will use during the next two weeks and do not share them with the rest of the family.


Those around you should also get a corona test to avoid the risks of exposure.


What medications should you take?

Do not self-medicate and keep checking vital elements regularly. An oximeter, contactless thermometer, blood pressure monitors, sterilization wipes should always be present.


Steam inhalation should also be followed carefully, after every few hours.


If you have pre-existing health conditions, or are over the age of 50, contact your family doctor and ask if there are any additional medications you should take.


 

What symptoms should you watch out for?

While the nature of the virus is still constantly changing, most doctors indicate that disease progression begins with a mild upper respiratory infection common to all viruses, followed by throat irritation followed by fever.


Experts also said that in the first five days, symptoms such as fever and weakness should be watched.


How important is it to continue taking oxygen readings?

Since oxygen deprivation is such a major problem that is currently being observed, SpO2 levels need to be monitored constantly.


Levels below 94 are a red signal. However, not every case requires hospitalization. Mild and moderate oxygen fluctuations can be managed well at home. Even when hospital care is not available, breathing exercises, walking and sleeping in the prone position can also help.

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