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  1. #51
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    i can almost see the smile under the mask. so glad you guys are out of the woods!
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    Congratulations! Thank you for sharing your experience.

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    Glad you are feeling better! Thanks for the report!
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    Quote Originally Posted by neufox47 View Post
    Glad you are better Nutmeg! Two things; I always thought you were late 20s / early 30s and whatís with the water deliveries? I thought NYC had some of the best water around.


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    Which brings up something else; I think I know where all the toilet paper went...

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldMember View Post
    Which brings up something else; I think I know where all the toilet paper went...
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    Thanks for the write up! So glad you're OK.

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    Good to hear you have recovered. Interestingly I was born in the hospital where you got tested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skiballs View Post
    Good to hear you have recovered. Interestingly I was born in the hospital where you got tested.
    I think I was too

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    Great to hear you're on the other side of the road and not dodging virtual trucks anymore. Hope you get up north next winter, not Iconic anymore but if you're Ikon we could ski again.
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    Excellent "TR" - thanks for sharing! Enjoy the sweet taste of fresh air!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vt-Freeheel View Post
    Great to hear you're on the other side of the road and not dodging virtual trucks anymore. Hope you get up north next winter, not Iconic anymore but if you're Ikon we could ski again.
    Absolutely.
    It'll be nice to be able to ride with intact hip!

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    Glad to read of your recoveries!
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    This is fantastic news. Hope youíre back to full strength soon.
    Curious did you notice having a grey tongue?

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    Iím curious if your lungs feel completely clear at this point? Or are you still clearing them? Curious how the virus plays out.
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    Grey tongue? No.
    Thatís one of the symptoms???

    Chest feels pretty tight but I never had congested (wet) coughs.
    Just lost a lot of lung capacity.
    A mile walk was giving me shortness of breath.

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    Way to slay the Corona-gnar!

    Thanks for documenting the trip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CascadeLuke View Post
    Curious did you notice having a grey tongue?
    that's only when you lick someone with greyscale...


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    Glad you are both healthy and made it through! Thanks for sharing.

    I had COVID symptoms for 14 days (March 17-30) .....fever (peaked at 102), fatigue, body aches, head ache, chills, sweats, tightness in chest/shortness of breath, mild dry cough AND I lost all ability to taste and smell for 11 days. I sounded and felt congested, but no runny nose/mucus.....for me it was very much a "dry" condition. Days 1-6 weren't too bad, but days 7-11 were pretty rough. A lot of those days I would get to feeling 'okay' throughout the day only to go downhill quickly in the evening with fever and fatigue. Some of the symptoms I found quite unique compared to the flu..... 1) The dryness of it all, no congestion but still had sinus inflammation and headache. 2) The overall duration of it with many 'ebb and flow' symptomatic moments......more than a few times I thought I had turned the corner only to get crushed by symptoms. 3) The loss of taste and smell. Not only was it physically terrible, but at about day 9-10 it became mentally draining. Over it!

    Unfortunately, I couldn't get tested where I'm at......was told to just stay home, take Tylenol and rest up. Only visit the ER if I had difficulty breathing. My doctor labelled me 'suspected positive', so at this point I'll have to wait for an antibody test to be certain it was COVID. I was cleared a week ago to go back to work, since I met the CDC criteria. Glad to have that behind me and I do feel good now, although I feel like my lung capacity isn't quite back to 100%.

    My daughter's symptoms were only a mild headache for a day and a half and loss of smell for 7 days. My wife never exhibited any symptoms.
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    COVID-19 Report

    Sounds like you too kick coronavirus, cmsummit.

    Yeah.
    Neither of us had running nose.
    We couldnít drink enough water to hydrate ourselves.
    Each of us will drink over a gallon a day and still had dry mouth and cracked lips.
    It was something Iíve never experience before.

    Glad you are recovered and back to somewhat normal life.
    Make sure to get that antibody test when itís available.
    At least youíll know you are somewhat immune.

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    Glad you guys are doing ok. Are you able to make arrangements to donate plasma?
    No longer stuck.

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    Just an uneducated guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuckathuntermtn View Post
    Glad you guys are doing ok. Are you able to make arrangements to donate plasma?
    We submitted applications to get antibody tested at Mount Sinai in Manhattan.
    We are waiting to hear back but they wonít be able to get us tested another 8 days.
    You have to be symptom free over 14 days.

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    Glad to hear youíre both doing better. Just surviving 2 weeks in a 900 sf apartment is itís own survival TR. those things were designed for sleeping only.


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    Thanks for sharing.

    Great to read you both got through it.

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    Glad you both made it through without it getting too crazy. Look forward to skiing with ya again someday!

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    Was worried after you checked in that you had it then we didnt hear from you for some time.

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