Post-/Long-COVID-19 consultation in Munich
Information of the practice DR. FRÜHWEIN & PARTNER
COVID-19. not only the lungs but also other organs.
and organ systems can be affected
COVID-19 is a disease that can affect a variety of organs and organ systems other than the lungs. These include the cardiovascular system, the kidneys, the liver and the central nervous system.
Post-COVID-19 or Long-COVID-19.
What does that mean in detail?
In addition to the disease itself, the necessary, sometimes very invasive therapy, such as prolonged ventilation or treatment in intensive care for several days, can also put a strain on the body and the psyche. Unfortunately, therefore, even after surviving COVID-19 disease, some patients may experience persistence as well as the appearance of various symptoms associated with COVID-19. This situation is referred to as post-COVID-19 or long-COVID-19.
What symptoms and complaints may occur
and when should I see a doctor
The causes, the spectrum of the disease and the course are not yet sufficiently known. Those affected suffer from symptoms such as fatigue, persistent breathing difficulties, lack of resilience in everyday life, cardiovascular symptoms, psychological symptoms such as increased anxiety or depressed mood and are often no longer able to cope with their daily lives to the usual extent. Even in initially uncomplicated and milder courses of COVID-19, such symptoms may occur after the infection has been overcome.
for a post/long-COVID-19 consultation hour.
In our practice in the center of Munich with our comprehensive expertise in the fields of general medicine and infectiology as well as naturopathy, homeopathy and acupuncture, we would like to offer you as a person affected a first point of contact to discuss the symptoms and stresses with you, to carry out the first important steps of clarification and, if necessary, to plan the further procedure together, e.g. with presentation to specialists. For this purpose, we have specifically created a network of medical specialists who support us in this task.