Our entire household—my wife and four children—tested positive for COVID-19. I had a serious case. I was hospitalized for a week. In the end, I recovered, and the hospital staff gave me a clap out on the day I was wheeled out. By the grace of God, I survived.
People speak about this pandemic in the general sense, but few share their own experiences of contracting COVID-19. For as many cases as there are, I only know of two people at the time of this article. I'm sharing my experience to help you prepare for possible COVID and also break that silence.
Everyone is concerned about COVID-19, so testing is certain to be a priority for many people. Well, here's what it's like to be tested.
I have a kidney transplant and just turned 74. I manage myself, my foods, and my activities so that I feel I am able to get the most out of every day. COVID-19 is a challenge, but common sense is what will help everyone.
Our son tested positive for dengue with his platelet count dropping to 15000/cumm. We had no choice but to go for blood transfusion. Thankfully, the transfusion worked, and he recovered.
Having glandular fever (aka mono or infectious mononucleosis) is hard. It can take many months to recover from an often-misunderstood disease. What are the signs, and how can you speed recovery?