Secrets of Corona don’t stop…Symptoms don’t come to mind!

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The enemy of humanity is still launching its attack on the whole world, as it has so far infected nearly 96 million people and caused more than 2.05 million deaths, leaving many questions unanswered to date.

As the endless journey of searching for the mysteries and secrets of the emerging virus continues, a recent medical study has revealed less common symptoms that appear in people with Covid-19 and are related to the eyes.

A study published by the British Medical Journal highlighted the recording of three eye-related symptoms that appeared in people with corona, namely sensitivity to light, conjunctivitis, and itchy eyes, according to the British journal’s website ” Express”.

It should be noted that light sensitivity is eye discomfort caused by light, which causes a person to narrow or close their eyes, noting that this condition is likely to be associated with a headache.

Conjunctivitis is accompanied by swelling of the conjunctiva, which is the tissue lining the eyelid’s inner surface and the eye’s outer covering, which helps maintain moisture in the eyelid and inner eye.

Commenting on the study, Dr. Mirza, a medical specialist at the Center for Ophthalmology Consultants in London, explained: “Some people who complain of sensitivity to light suffer from headaches and experience pain in their eyes when they suddenly light up. dark place or go from dark to light. ”

Mirza also added: “Inflammation of the eyes is one of the less common symptoms of Corona, but only the diagnosis can distinguish whether it is an indication of infection with Covid-19 or s ‘it is just a conjunctivitis virus. ”

He stressed that the three mentioned symptoms associated with the eyes should go away once you recover from the coronavirus, advising patients who suffer from these symptoms to replace contact lenses with glasses during their COVID-19 infection.

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