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Tested positive for covid on monday is it normal for your ear and teeth on 1 side to hurt have cough, congestion headache body aches eyes feel burning no fever what can i do to feel better faster?

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Pl contact your MD right away and get treated. There are meds which can be given. Hope you feel better

Answered 9/3/2022

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If you tested positive at home, get tested again at your PCP office. If positive than you will be treated with the latest protocols. Don't try to treat yourself. Your symptoms could be from COVID and another problem.

Answered 8/31/2022

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Normal? No. Symptoms of any disease are not "normal." Please place yourself under a Physician's care.

Answered 9/3/2022

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