and this didn't make much sense (to me) in the initial context of this being like the flu or pneumonia
but I kept seeing/feeling neurological complications
and when we think of circulatory problems it is not a great stretch to see those issues leading to neurological ones
if the brain is starved of blood, shit happens
I am sorry you have been through all this
I doubt initial tests were completely effective
because I would "guess" that this virus is not going to do the same thing to everyone
and it is possible that some "hosts" (ie people)
may be fertile ground and some people may not be a good meal and the virus doesn't get as much "nutrition"
there could be a lot of reasons why some people have problems with it and others don't
and these are not necessarily all genetic either
Covid 19 might find a better vacation spot in people with a higher body fat index
it might "get" some food from the #linings of the blood vessels so those with compromised circulatory systems might be like a juicy steak and others with strong clean vessels not so easy "to chew"
it might add volume to the blood when flowing along which could, if so (in theory), cause problems to people with partial blockages in the aorta, for example
people with heart palpitations might be revved up because it might cause the heart to beat even faster to move the "thicker" blood through the canals, etc etc etc
again, I am NOT an MD
and to further compound this (for me), I am always super cautious about being a "medical intuitive" in general (although it seems, and this is weird to me, actually, that I am really good at it when I allow myself "to go there")
and, to add to the misery quotient, for me I am most definitely PTSD about doctors after the fiasco with the daughter's death, likely due to a medical error
translated: for me to even think about someone's medical condition is "traumatic" for me
and to "go there", I have to move past this trauma to even begin to contemplate what I might "see"
anyway . . . I could go on forever
but I think people are just as likely to have CTE like issues long-term as problems with their lungs
also, the problems with amputations (to me) would make more sense (it would seem)
if we saw Covid 19 as compromising or attacking the circulatory system and perhaps creating a dam to stop the flow to extremities like feet and hands