Corona’s heart throbbing? My heart has been pounding for a week.
Q: A woman in her late 30s. Heart pounding and chest compressions have lasted for a week. I visited the hospital and did an electrocardiogram test, but there was nothing wrong. The symptoms get worse in the evening. No way, it’s not corona, is it? For your information, your pulse is about 52.
A: It’s too early to suspect a coronal infection just from the symptoms. Due to the recent surge in confirmed cases, when symptoms such as phlegm, runny nose, coughing, sneezing, back pain, chills, chest pain, back pain, difficulty breathing, and chest compressions begin to appear, the first thing that seems to be suspicious and worried about is Corona19 infection.
It’s not normal to feel your heart pounding. If you don’t have any pounding symptoms during an ECG test, it will come out as normal. We need a precision examination of arrhythmia, an ultrasound of the heart, and an exercise load test, etc.
You’d better visit a nearby cardiologist for an examination. (No problem with pulse rate).
For your information, the sequence of Corona 19 symptoms is as follows.
a fever > a sore throat / headache / muscle pain / loss of taste / smell > nausea / vomiting > diarrhea
If you experience cough, sputum, loss of smell, muscle pain, difficulty breathing, sore throat, headache, fatigue, boredom, nausea, nausea, nausea, nausea, nausea, nausea, diarrhea with a fever of 37.5 degrees or higher, contact the 1339 call center or health center immediately for consultation.