Have not gotten tested. I have some of the symptoms of incubation or mild case of the virus. I have low Vitamin D levels, so I was already starting a regimen of taking Vitamin D. I also may need immuno-suppressive medication, but it’ll be a month before they will prescribe it after I try the anti-biotics first. I’m kind of stressing out. I have been super careful. My symptoms are extremely mild, would be undetectable. I have only been out a couple of times recently, to the doctors office and to a pawn shop. So I believe I have only had the virus for a couple of days. But I know my body, so I know when something is up. I breathed it in somehow. Even though I wore a mask everywhere I didn’t wash my hands when I came home.
I feel nauseous, a little light-headed, have been having headaches for a few months, and now my taste has completely changed. Everything tastes bad. Like I drank some orange juice and it tasted nasty, I lit a cigarette and had to put it out. This is why I think I have it. I also have chills. The chills are always a sign to me that something is up with my immune system. I got these same types of chills/shivers before I had my first episode of schizophrenia. I also believe schizophrenia episodes might have to do with the immune system and responses to a virus. But idk. It also may be me over-reacting.
I truly hope I am over-reacting. But how would I know? I had what I called “an unusual flu” in January on my birthday. I had all of the symptoms reported of Covid19, including cold chills, body aches at night, nauseous, fatigue, loss of taste, and smell. It lasted for about two and a half weeks. All I did was sleep it off. But it really knocked me out. I feel that if it had been worse that would have been very bad. I had never heard of Covid19 in January so I didn’t self-isolate. I went to restaurant and tried to eat even though I could not taste the fancy meal. I had absolutely no taste. But iI didn’t puke or anything, I could eat food. No idea where or who I got it from.