COVID-19 Testing Clinic in Webster TX
It is important to test for COVID-19 to stop the spread of the virus if you may have been exposed to it. COVID-19 may be present with or without symptoms. COVID-19 testing is available at Primary Care Center of Clear Lake. Get tested today! For more information, please contact us or schedule an appointment online. We are conveniently located at 360 E Medical Center Blvd Webster TX 77598.
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Among the early symptoms reported by some people are fatigue, headaches, sore throats, and fevers. There are also those who experience a loss of smell or taste. Symptoms of COVID-19 can be mild at first but will worsen over the next five to seven days, including a worsening cough and shortness of breath. As a result of COVID-19, some people develop pneumonia.
There is a wide range of severity and type of symptoms associated with the first signs of COVID-19. Therefore, if you have any symptoms, even mild ones, you should contact your doctor upon noticing the warning signs right away.
It is common to have a fever when infected with COVID-19, but you can have a cough or other symptoms without a fever or a very low-grade one in the first few days. In addition, the Coronavirus could also be present without any symptoms or with minimal symptoms. Coronavirus can still be spread by people without symptoms despite having no symptoms themselves.
In COVID-19, coughing is a common symptom, but it does not always occur. Coronavirus infections are not always accompanied by coughs. Occasionally, you may cough lightly and infrequently, or you may cough heavily. In some cases, COVID-19 may not cause any symptoms or may only cause minimal symptoms. Infected people with the Coronavirus who do not have symptoms can still spread the virus.
It usually takes a few weeks for most people who get COVID-19 to recover. There are people, however, who may experience symptoms long after the disease, even if it was mild. Occasionally, these health issues are referred to as a long-term post-COVID syndrome.
Post-COVID conditions can first be identified at least four weeks after infection. The symptoms of post-COVID can occur to anyone who has been infected. The post-COVID conditions refer to a variety of new, returning, or ongoing health problems that occur after an individual has been infected with the virus that causes COVID-19. Some people who later developed post-COVID conditions were not aware they were infected until they experienced symptoms days after learning they had COVID-19.
A wide variety of symptoms may be associated with post-COVID conditions, and there is no test to diagnose them. Healthcare providers may have difficulty recognizing post-COVID conditions as a result. Having a positive COVID-19 test or symptoms or exposure, as well as performing a health examination, is used by your healthcare provider to make a diagnosis of post-COVID conditions.
Incubation occurs between the time of infection and the onset of symptoms. There is generally a two-to-14-day period after infection before symptoms appear. Each individual’s incubation period is different, and it also depends on the variant. Coronavirus can be transmitted to another person during the incubation period, even if you don’t experience any symptoms.
As soon as symptoms appear, COVID-19 has entered its acute stage. There is a possibility that you will experience fever, coughing, and other symptoms of COVID-19. When you have a mild or moderate Coronavirus disease, you will feel sick for one to two weeks, but if you have a severe Coronavirus disease, you will feel sick for months. Many people with COVID-19 are asymptomatic, meaning they never exhibit symptoms.
You can experience post-COVID-19 symptoms for weeks or even months after recovering from acute illness, such as lingering cough, on-and-off fever, weakness, and changes in your sense of smell and taste. Symptoms that persist for a long period of time are sometimes referred to as long COVID-19 symptoms. It is possible for test results to remain positive for weeks to several months after infection, but this does not necessarily mean you are still contagious.
After testing positive for COVID-19, the CDC recommends that people isolate at home for at least five days. By day five, if symptoms are improving or they remain asymptomatic, they can leave isolation and wear a mask around others.
COVID-19 testing is available at Primary Care Center of Clear Lake. We are conveniently located at 360 E Medical Center Blvd Webster TX 77598. For more information, please contact us or schedule an appointment online. We serve patients from Webster TX, Seabrook TX, Friendswood TX, League City TX, and Nassau Bay TX.