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Worst long-term effects of coronavirus named

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Scientists from the UK and the US have named the worst long-term effects of the coronavirus. Reported by the Mirror.

Experts have found that those who have had coronavirus, for months after infection, suffer from symptoms such as “fog in the head”, inability to focus, inflammation of the heart muscle, pain in the testicles, kidney damage and problems with urination. The patients also had strokes, seizures and seizures.

Many people who have recovered from the disease complain that they cannot return to work within six months after being infected with the virus. It is noted that about 20 percent of patients with coronavirus report long-term effects of the disease.

Scientists have previously found a link between COVID-19 and cerebrovascular damage. Experts believe that the coronavirus does not penetrate the brain tissue, but it helps to weaken the walls of small vessels inside it, which can affect bleeding and strokes.

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