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+2 votes

For me it was today.

I went to the GP 3 days ago for a follow up from being in hospital.

I had simply been dizzy and fainted. My bp dropped pretty low.

Coming back from the hospital I came down with something.

I had a low grade fever,chills and body aches.

I thought for sure I had contacted the variant.

Just took an at home Covid test and nope.

That suits me just fine. I guess I just have a summer cold anyway.

So that’s where I’ve been. Having a wee pity party! Tooot!

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+1 vote

Ugh, sorry to hear that. Getting those symptoms no matter what the cause is no fun!

For me, the last time I thought I had covid was the first time I actually DID get covid, which was just a few weeks back. Surprisingly though, compared to what you're describing and what most of my friends & family who have gotten it described for their symptoms, I never got the aches, chills, or fever. But I was **incredibly** exhausted for like a week, got a nasty sore throat and cough, as well as some sinus congestion with a headache.

I wonder if you might have a very mild viral load of covid that just isn't enough to get picked up on the test. Either way, I hope you feel better soon!

by (79,390 points)
+1 vote

I don't want to do this to you, but keep testing yourself.

Twice since January, I had symptoms, knew it could be covid, had repeated negative tests, and when I felt better, tested positive both times.

I currently have covid, and while the couple days of scratchy throat and runny nose have cleared up, the test come up positive when it was originally negative at its worst point.  The virus needs to incubate before the test detects it.  That means your symptoms can pass and you can feel fine before the test is positive.  Everyone is different. 

Either way, drink plenty of fluids and get rest.

by (114,790 points)

Arrrgh….right! I am basically a goldfish right now drinking lots of water to stay hydrated and keep the dry cough down.

I feel like the old carton….BC snake. ————- ¥

Yeah it's a drag.  Hope you feel better soon. 
+1 vote

Glad to hear that you didn't have a rebound case. The last time for me was when I actually had it...have been quite healthy since then. 

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