52-year-old journalist and music critic Sergei Sosedov admitted that he has an incurable disease, the symptoms of which appear every spring. The man says that in May his life "turns into hell," and that what he is experiencing is much worse than the coronavirus. Sosedov's nose is heavily stuffed up (no drops help) and the temperature drops. At the same time, the general condition of the body is such that it is impossible to get out of bed. The disease comes every year and, apparently, there is no cure.
“You are lying in a layer and cannot even get up. At the same time, the temperature drops. When it happened last year, I realized that I needed to call a doctor. I barely got out of bed. I feel that I am seriously ill. I called the hospital, admitted Sosedov.
Upon learning that his temperature was 36.2 degrees, the doctors refused to come to his home. At the same time, the journalist himself felt so bad that he could not even move around the apartment. In the end, he managed to insist on the arrival of doctors, who prescribed antibiotics for Sosedov, as well as antiviral and antihistamines. But in the end, he only got worse.
“All this lasted for a month and a half. I swallowed the pills, but there was zero sense! I was no one, and no one knew what to do. Everything passed as if by itself: as if by hand it took off in an instant. This year the situation repeated itself. It is impossible to breathe, my throat hurts, my nose would not let go. I drank the pills, but it seemed that they even more produced a whitish, viscous, unpleasant mass. In general, I had the feeling that my body had turned into a large plant for the production of phlegm,”recalls Sosedov.
Initially, the music critic was suspected of having an allergy, but analyzes did not reveal anything of the kind. And just the other day, Sergei was literally stunned by the results of a test for antibodies against coronavirus - they are present in large quantities in the blood. Now Neighbors wonders when and how he could have transferred the disease - after all, he did not feel any symptoms and did not contact the sick, the newspaper "Interlocutor" reports.