While the lasting effects of COVID-19 are still being understood, there has been an overwhelming number of COVID-19 survivors suffering from long COVID symptoms.
Long COVID is defined as having symptoms that persist, relapse or recur for more than 30 days after onset of confirmed, or suspected, COVID-19 illness following recovery from the initial illness.
Common long COVID symptoms include:
If you answer yes to any of these questions, you may benefit from a Long COVID evaluation. Please contact your primary care provider or find a Banner doctor to schedule your evaluation.
1. Were you diagnosed with COVID-19 or suspect you had COVID-19 longer than 30 days ago?
2. Are you currently experiencing any of the following symptoms?
3. If you previously had any of the symptoms above from another chronic medical illness, have any of them worsened since your diagnosis/suspected diagnosis of COVID-19?
If you or someone in your family has had COVID, or are feeling the long term effects of COVID, you might be able to help us understand more about it and treat it. Even if you have not have COVID, you might be able to help. Learn more about how you can be part of a study near you.