A Michigan woman says she has found new health problems in her new home because of COVID infections.
Catherine J. Wintz was diagnosed with COVID, a coronavirus that causes severe respiratory infections.
She says she didn’t know it was possible for a COVID infection to lead to lung damage until she had her first case of COV-19.
Wintz says she was prescribed a cough suppressant, and the symptoms disappeared.
But after that she developed severe headaches and joint pain.
Wintsz says her husband, who has diabetes, stopped taking his insulin.
And her doctor prescribed the same medication for her COVID symptoms.
Watsz says the treatment only caused more pain.
But she was still worried about COVID and wanted to find out if it was worth it.
The Mayo Clinic tested her for COVID.
The results showed she had the virus in her blood and her COV antibodies, which are usually produced by the immune system.
The test also showed her immune system had taken over.
Watson says she went to the Mayo Clinic’s Emergency Room and found her COVI symptoms had worsened.
She says her COVIS symptoms were worsening and she was having trouble breathing.
Watts says she had a CT scan that showed COVID in her lungs, but she didn´t know it would become an infection until she got a CT of her lungs.
She decided to test for COVI again and had it sent to the University of Michigan Medical Center for a second CT.
She went home and was diagnosed, along with other people with COVI, with the infection.
Witsz is now in the ICU, but her condition is improving and she is able to breathe normally.
Winthrop says she still needs to take the anti-COVID drug to help her fight the infection, but Wintzes is already on a treatment plan to avoid further COVID exposure.
Winslow says her family has been supportive.
They are hoping the research and the medical help will allow her to continue working.