A detailed new report suggests that nearly one-quarter of patients who tested positive for COVID-19 continued to struggle with side effects at least one month after their initial diagnosis, adding to the burgeoning knowledge about the coronavirus that took over the world in 2020. .
It found that 23.2 percent of patients with COVID-19 have one post-COVID-19 condition, a report from FAIR Health notes, with most occurring in patients who suffered from severe infections, although some asymptomatic patients were found to develop common symptoms as well. .
CHILDREN NOW ACCOUNT FOR 25 PERCENT OF COVID-19 CASES, HEALTH EXPERTS REVEAL.
Notably, heart inflammation was found to be a relatively prominent aftereffect, primarily among men, but also present in women
The study also noted mental health conditions occurred frequently as post-COVID-19 conditions, with anxiety being the leading symptom among recovering patients, followed by depression.
This adds to the literature on the lingering health conditions of COVID-19 infections.