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She recommends considering your body as its own guide.
A recent in JAMA Network Open found that 30% of people who have had COVID-19 still have symptoms up to nine months later.
Natalie Lambert, this is the most common long hauler symptom, reported by 1,567 out of the 1,567 surveyed.
Due to his inflammation levels his pediatrician advised postponing his regularly scheduled vaccines, so he is less protected against other viruses while he heals.
It is normal and expected that people who experience severe symptoms or complications such as or will take longer to recover than people who did not require hospitalization called mild COVID-19 and had no such complications.