Long COVID, also known as Post-Acute Sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection (PASC), refers to a series of symptoms that persist weeks or even months after the acute phase of a COVID-19 infection has resolved. The spectrum of symptoms is broad and can affect different systems in the body. The following is an exhaustive list of manifestations that have been associated with Long COVID:
The range of symptoms associated with Long COVID is extensive, emphasizing the multisystem impact of the virus. It’s important to note that not everyone with Long COVID will experience all of these symptoms, and some might experience others not listed here. As our understanding of the virus and its long-term effects continues to evolve, this list might expand or change. If someone suspects they have Long COVID, they should consult a healthcare professional to discuss their symptoms and get proper guidance.
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