Simon Gregson’s COVID-19 symptoms are “absolutely terrible,” according to the Coronation Street star.
SIMON GREGSON has struggled with a variety of health issues in the past, but when he was diagnosed with COVDI-19, the symptoms were so severe that he was confined to his bed.
Simon Gregson, 45, of Coronation Street, said that he had contracted the “bloody horrible” coronavirus. The actor, who has played Steve McDonald on the serial since 1989, asked viewers to keep their children safe.
An assault of coronavirus symptoms, including diarrhoea, greeted the actor.
In a series of tweets, the Corrie star detailed his horror.
“After acquiring the illness, this is my first day out of bed, and I’m starting to feel a little better,” he remarked.
“My biggest symptom was gastrointestinal, and it’s still a pain in the neck, but I’m glad I didn’t have respiratory issues. Everyone, stay safe x.” Covid vaccine: X-rays reveal unprotected patients’ coronavirus-ravaged lungs.
“It started with diarrhoea, which got insanely frequent, then really high temperatures, shivering, sweats, very acute pains, bizarre hazy head and behind the eyes,” the actor explained. (sic)
Following the outpouring of love from fans, Steve took to Twitter the next day to thank everyone.
“Thanks twitterford for all the lovely words, I feel a lot better today,” he remarked.
“My heart breaks for all those who have endured so much more. “Be careful.” (sic)
The American Journal of Gastroenterology released a study that looked at 206 people who had a mild form of COVID-19.
They discovered that 48 patients exclusively experienced stomach symptoms, whereas another 69 had both digestive and respiratory problems.
Diarrhoea was the first symptom for 19.4% of the 117 patients who had gastrointestinal distress.
Many patients who develop COVID-19 also have a loss of appetite, which is frequently accompanied by other gastrointestinal symptoms.
Researchers looked into why COVID-19 causes gastrointestinal problems and discovered that the virus binds to an enzyme called ACE2.
It’s the same enzyme that governs the quality and proportion of beneficial and bad bacteria in the gut and regulates intestinal inflammation.
It was also discovered that it plays a direct impact in cardiovascular and pulmonary disorders.
The researchers noted in their early findings, “Taken together, the existing evidence implies a potential role of gut microbiota in the vulnerability of COVID-19 development and severity.”
Gregson is one of a handful of well-known people who have been infected with the coronavirus.
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