Covid-19 is the infectious respiratory disease resulting from SARS-CoV-2, a new coronavirus discovered in 2019: symptoms, treatment, prevention and complications.
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What you need to know about Covid-19: how the Coronavirus infection is transmitted, what are the symptoms, how to protect yourself and what to expect for the future.
Covid-19: males are the most affected The
first data that emerged from the studies on Covid show that among the deaths the most affected are men; women, on the other hand, are the most infected among the hospitals.
What are the symptoms of Coronavirus
What are the symptoms of Coronavirus: the common ones of flu, loss of smell and taste, severe symptoms such as pneumonia and breathing difficulties.
COVID-19 and loss of smell
One of the symptoms of Coronavirus is loss of smell: two studies hypothesize that this depends on the ability of the virus to infect the nervous system.
Coronavirus and eyes: how to behave
Redness of the eyes and conjunctivitis can be a symptom of the Coronavirus, especially when associated with other symptoms such as high fever and cough. COVID-19
Causes : Role of Testosterone
Testosterone appears to have a dual role: it facilitates the spread of Coronavirus in males and, at low levels, increases the risk of complications and death.
COVID-19 is present in sperm
Good news for cryopreservation and assisted fertilization: the studies carried out exclude the possibility that the Coronavirus is present in the sperm.
Why heparin in Coronavirus
Heparin has been included in the therapeutic protocol of Covid-19 as the efficacy of the double anti-coagulant and anti-inflammatory effect has been demonstrated.
: experience with vaccines
The anti-Covid vaccines available now, which will arrive in addition to Pfizer, Moderna, Astrazeneca. The coverage of variants. The future scenarios of the coronavirus.
COVID-19: vaccines and fertility
Vaccine and male and female fertility: Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson vaccines have no adverse effects on sperm and pregnancy.
Covid vaccination and pregnancy Covid
vaccine and pregnancy: the position paper with the positions of the Italian Society of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Aogoi, Agui, Agite based on current data.
The “ancient” Decalogue of the Coronavirus
In the management of the emergency for the Coronavirus together with the Decalogue issued by the Ministry of Health, it is also good to remember the ancient Decalogue.
Coronavirus and proper nutrition
In the prevention of Covid and illnesses it is important to maintain a dietary balance: the Mediterranean diet and vitamins are the right solution.
Covid-19 and its consequences on the brain
Analysis of the consequences that Covid-19 infection can bring to mind and brain: incidence of psychiatric and neurological disorders compared on patients.
Covid-19 and migraine
Impact of Covid-19 on patients with headache: first symptom of infection, increased incidence of chronic migraine, increased frequency and intensity.
Covid can cause Parkinson
‘s The hope is that further studies can exclude Parkinson’s as a possible consequence of Covid-19, as has instead occurred in some cases already studied.
Gastrointestinal symptoms post Covid-19
Gastrointestinal symptoms in patients recovered from Covid-19: increased diagnosis of esophageal diseases, abdominal pain, diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome.
Depression and anxiety from
WHO declares that in 2020 depression will be the most widespread mental disorder in the world: in Italy the data confirm the increase in cases, especially in women . Covid-19 in addition to organ damage in the lungs, kidneys and brain, there are also damage to the corpora cavernosa of the penis. Coronavirus and male fertility
Studies on the complications of Covid patients are continuing: not only on the lungs and kidneys, but also on the testicles with possible damage to fertility.
Plaquenil, COVID19 and maculopathy
In the treatment of Covid with Plaquenil, retinal complications and maculopathy can arise: toxicity can be predicted in time, which is why to visit.
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