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From the American Academy of Demertology Association, to define Covid Toe.

The condition may develop on your toes, fingers, or both. From what we know, it seems that most people develop this only on their toes, which explains the name “COVID toes.”

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My fingers do that but I think it is related to a-yet-to-be-diagnosed autoimmune disease. Kinda maybe lupus. But I am not pursuing it through doctors. Trying to get it solved with fixing my gut.

Actually people with lupus also get fingers and toes that look like this. Interesting.

He got his blood results back, we asked to check the d-dimer levels but the doctor dismissed that and his iron levels were slightly elevated but nothing else was detected.

I got my results back and after thinking that the doctor was testing my anti-body levels apparently not, he just tested me for Covid, which was negative, which is no surprise because I would have recovered if I did, as i had my injection 8 weeks ago.

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