A new study from the Journal of Internal Medicine suggests that there may be a COVID-19 symptom that may be permanent or at least last longer than others.
what’s going on?
The study found that 86% of patients with mild cases of COVID-19 “experienced a loss of taste and sense of smell.” A significant amount of those patients had returned to their senses. But there was one part that never felt its taste or smell.
- In fact, according to Pennywise, the study found that 15.3% of patients did not recover their senses even after 60 days. After six months, 4.7% had not regained their senses.
Some doctors told The Wall Street Journal that in some cases it has been revealed “people’s senses can never return.”
Neurological expert Leo Newhouse, LICSW, wrote on the website of Harvard Health: “Some of us can never reclaim our sense of smell or taste.”
Sense of smell and taste
Back in March 2020, my sense of smell and taste was considered a symptom of coronavirus, as I wrote about Desirr News. In fact, it was one of the first symptoms discovered in scientists.
- Utaj jazz Star Rudy Gobert At the beginning of the epidemic, he tweeted that he felt as if he had lost his sense of taste and smell due to the virus.
- He tweeted, “Just to update you guys, loss of smell and taste is definitely one of the symptoms, not being able to smell anything for the last 4 days. Anyone experience the same thing? “