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9 hours ago, forestgough said:

Test results back,ive got it and have to assume wife also has it.

Its bloody rotten,8days of the most miserable aching coughing til ive sprung a rib,boiling then freezingand trouble sleeping and not much better after all this time.

I wouldn't wish it on anyone let alone the elderly.

At least im paid and looked after by ambulance service

Hope you feel better soon, keep us posted.

 

all the symptoms sound exactly what we all had at Christmas so I’m still holding on to the hope that we already had it 😀

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3 minutes ago, Steve Bullman said:

Hope you feel better soon, keep us posted.

 

all the symptoms sound exactly what we all had at Christmas so I’m still holding on to the hope that we already had it 😀

Same here, my wife was really ill with symptoms like that for a couple weeks,i was not so bad but still felt pretty rough,heres hoping we maybe had it

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8 minutes ago, Steve Bullman said:

Hope you feel better soon, keep us posted.

 

all the symptoms sound exactly what we all had at Christmas so I’m still holding on to the hope that we already had it 😀

Debatable if this has been around for a while.
One of the children my g/f looks after is like a tank, never ever ill and came back from a holiday abroad and was really ill, like the flu but really bad, got passed around a large part of his family.

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1 minute ago, gary112 said:

Same here, my wife was really ill with symptoms like that for a couple weeks,i was not so bad but still felt pretty rough,heres hoping we maybe had it

Same with my missus, shes really not well but coping, seems to have all the symptoms, especially with her chest/lungs. 

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3 minutes ago, trigger_andy said:

Same with my missus, shes really not well but coping, seems to have all the symptoms, especially with her chest/lungs. 

2  years ago  I had a persistent dry cough that lasted a couple of months . No other symptoms , nothing to cough up but just kept coughing . Ended up passing out in the kitchen fracturing my cheek bone and eye socket .  Day in hospital .  Aparently if you cough hard enough your chest muscles compress on your heart stopping the oxygenated blood getting to the brain  and over you go .Could this have been a from of some type of Corona Virus ?

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13 minutes ago, scraggs said:

Debatable if this has been around for a while.
One of the children my g/f looks after is like a tank, never ever ill and came back from a holiday abroad and was really ill, like the flu but really bad, got passed around a large part of his family.

Simona took the baby for check up yesterday, she told the doctor about us being ill and even he said he believes it could have been it. 

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Just now, Stubby said:

2  years ago  I had a persistent dry cough that lasted a couple of months . No other symptoms , nothing to cough up but just kept coughing . Ended up passing out in the kitchen fracturing my cheek bone and eye socket .  Day in hospital .  Aparently if you cough hard enough your chest muscles compress on your heart stopping the oxygenated blood getting to the brain  and over you go .Could this have been a from of some type of Corona Virus ?

Bloody hell. That must have been a bit worrying. 

 

 

Shes got a dry cough which is getting worse, had it for over a week now. A fever and her chest is getting increasingly tight. Hopefully it comes to nothing more serious. 

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3 minutes ago, trigger_andy said:

Bloody hell. That must have been a bit worrying. 

 

 

Shes got a dry cough which is getting worse, had it for over a week now. A fever and her chest is getting increasingly tight. Hopefully it comes to nothing more serious. 

Yep it was getting to be a bit of a pain . Don't think I had a fever but never checked , oh maybe they did in hospital .  It hurt on my breast bone .

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Hope you feel better soon, keep us posted.
 
all the symptoms sound exactly what we all had at Christmas so I’m still holding on to the hope that we already had it

Steve I had a mechanic fixing my tractor at around Valentine’s Day, coughing and spluttering all over me all day long, I got it, I was absolutely knackered, bad cough and tired. Passed it on to my family too. I have a feeling this virus has been around for sometime.

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