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do men and women have different symptoms when they catch novel coronavirus?

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Dr. Stuart Hickerson
31 years experience Family Medicine
Coronavirus: Cough (68%) No specific difference between men and women. Here is the breakdown. Fever (44%) Fatigue (38%) Body aches (15%) Headache (14%) Sore throat (14%) Chills (12%) Nasal congestion (5%) Nausea, vomiting (5%) Diarrhea (4%) Tonsil enlargement or exudate (2%) Eye itching or discharge (0.8%) Glands swollen or tender (0.2%)
Answered on Apr 8, 2020
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