No Such Thing as Asymptomatic

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  • Mon, Jun 29, 2020 - 08:06pm

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    nordicjack

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    No Such Thing as Asymptomatic

New studies reveal in young people  “asymptomatic” is not actually asymptomatic.   That they actually have atypical respiratory virus symptoms that are easily dismissed.  Additionally, they found lung damage and pneumonia evidence in 57% of those defined as asymptomatic.

  • Mon, Jun 29, 2020 - 08:20pm

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    No Such Thing as Asymptomatic

If this is true wouldn’t way more people notice that they have lung damage and pneumonia?

  • Tue, Jun 30, 2020 - 12:09am

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    Maybe there are more cases than publicized.

If this is true wouldn’t way more people notice that they have lung damage and pneumonia?

We hear of deaths from cytokine storms.  Long term loss of lung function is not frequently discussed because its a little soon to be able to describe symptoms as ‘long term.’

Some patients who survive COVID-19 may suffer lasting lung damage

“The tissue lesions can be a sign of chronic lung disease. Similar damage has been documented in survivors of SARS and MERS, respiratory diseases caused by coronaviruses similar to the SARS-CoV-2 virus behind COVID-19. Long-term studies of SARS patients have shown that roughly a third of people who recovered from severe bouts were left with permanent lung damage. In the case of MERS, one study found about a third of people who recovered from a serious infection still had signs of lung damage about seven months later.

“But while initial lung images indicate that SARS and MERS typically set into just one lung, COVID-19 appears to be more likely to afflict both lungs right away. In 75 of the 90 patients admitted to Huazhong University Hospital with COVID-19 pneumonia from January 16 to February 17, damage was seen across both lungs, Wang and colleagues report. CT scans taken before hospital discharge revealed that 42 out of 70 patients displayed the type of lesions around the alveoli that are more likely to develop into scars.”

  • Tue, Jun 30, 2020 - 10:20am

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I bet these are the people with vitamin D deficiency, who didn’t get the note/advice from “health authorities” because… they foolishly trust them and the corporate legacy media to inform them appropriately and tell them the truth.

 

  • Tue, Jun 30, 2020 - 10:41am

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If you frequent reddit.com/covid19positive you will see people who had pneumonia and never realized it, but now apparently have scarring in their lungs. So yes, people that are “asymptomatic” are most likely simply not recognizing the symptoms  – in my opinion.

This makes me worry even more so for my peers who see being concerned about COVID19 as some form of political betrayal; and as such, are not being careful at all. And yes many seem to think wearing a mask is equivalent to totalitarianism.

  • Thu, Jul 02, 2020 - 09:43am

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IME, talking to people on /r/covid19positive, the people with long-term persisting symptoms are the ones who refuse to take high doses of vitamin D and insist their doctor is correct in max 1000 IU/day. As in most cases, trusting doctors in the sickcare industry is the main problem, not any pathogen by itself.

Wearing a mask in crowded places still seems like a good idea. As Mike Adams says: “Natural News is pro-mask but also pro-freedom. We agree that masks work, but that it should be your choice (no mask mandates).”

If you’re not perceiving the totalitarian threat, only the virus threat, you’ll make worse decisions. However, you’re right in some cases, because if you start associating mask-wearing with the totalitarian threat, you might fall into confirmation bias and absorb only the cons data without the pros.

It’s not all good or all bad; mask-wearing’s usefulness is situational.

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