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Went to pysc ampnt and found out have a fever (99.6) though

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Went to pysc ampnt and found out have a fever (99.6) though not high. I didn't even know til my doctor checked it. I ended up pancking over it at the office, but now trying to stay calm. When i went the ER a month ago for shortness of breath/asthma i was 99.3 at that time. Praying it's not Covid as immune system is comprimised from the asthma.

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Jul 3

Wow, that sounds scary. I imagine I'd be scared about covid too, if my immune system was already compromised from asthma, and then I discovered I had a fever.

Here is some info that I hope will put your mind at ease: All doctors all over the world are pre-occupied with covid nowadays. It's the first thing they think about. They all know all the symptoms, and they all know what treatment to do or what tests to do if they suspect a person might have it. So the fact that your doctor found out you had a fever of 99.6 and sent you home without giving you more tests, or giving you medication, or telling you to quarantine yourself, or checking you into a hospital -- all of those mean that he absolutely does not think you have covid. Believe me, if he had even a suspicion it was covid, he would not have sent you home without a word of warning!

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SeeingBeyondDarkness's picture
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Jul 3

@L2015
Thank you so much!
I feel so exhuasted. I was covid tested around two months ago and was negative. The doctor told me to monitor it and to take ibprofuen if it reaches 100. I just can't afford to get any sicker...i still can't walk half way down my street without being short of breath. Im on lots of meds/nebulizer that help, but stamina is a work in progress.

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