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COVID-19 New Symptoms: Beware! Severe headache, deafness and dry mouth – these are the new symptoms of corona

Covid-19 New Symptoms: According to doctors, during the second wave of corona, many patients faced symptoms like diarrhea, gas and vomiting due to the delta variant. Along with this, different types of fever were also seen in people.

New Delhi. The corona virus (Covid-19) first knocked in the city of Wuhan, China in November 2019. About 22 months have passed since then, but the havoc of Corona has not diminished. It is a matter of concern that the virus is not only changing its form, but the symptoms caused by its infection are also changing rapidly. Although people usually have fever, sore throat and difficulty in breathing after being hit by corona, but now many new symptoms of corona (Covid-19 New Symptoms) have also come. Apart from the severe headache these days, patients also have trouble hearing.

Talking to the English newspaper Times of India, Dr Rahul Pandit, a member of the Kovid Taskforce, told about some newly emerging symptoms of corona. He said that these days difficulty in hearing, conjunctivitis, severe weakness, dry mouth and decreased salivation, prolonged headache and skin rashes can also be symptoms of corona.4

Doctors warn: Recently, Dr. Rahul Pandit had participated in a virtual meeting chaired by Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray. During this, he warned the government about the new symptoms of corona. At the same time, he had said that a long time has passed for Corona, yet new symptoms are developing. So we need to keep a close watch on this.

Fewer cases of deafness, Dr. Sameer Bhargava, Head of ENT at RN Cooper Hospital, said that due to Kovid, the complaints of deafness are coming down. He said that due to the clot in the vein due to inflammation or infection, there is some difficulty in hearing. However, he said that the complaints of deafness are coming down in India. Dr Bhargava also said that such patients are treated with steroids.

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