lRaziel175 karma2020-01-31 08:00:45 UTC
as a large city inhabitant i confirm
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lRaziel158 karma2020-03-27 07:53:54 UTC
Before you develop the disease, yes.
But as it turns out, some people never even develop the disease, but they still remained contagious throughout their body fighting it. So its like it never happened but they might have given it to someone who is now bedridden.
lRaziel16 karma2020-03-27 07:51:32 UTC
I can only guess your little friends cells that used to do the flavor and smell thingy went to heaven, and only strong sensations like that may return if you have an increase of oxygen intake which boost your brain's performance quiee some. Astronomers sometimes hyperventilate in purpose so their eyes receive more oxygen, thus allowing them to see ever so faint objects that they couldnt otherwise see unless they used a camera.
lRaziel14 karma2020-03-27 07:47:14 UTC
Well honestly im not sure if this should be surprising. With common colds i completely lost my ability to smell and taste for couple days, and it return very slowly, up until 1 month till is back working.
Once i remained with a cold for almost 3 months in a row for god knows why, and during that time it was all gone.
lRaziel13 karma2022-01-02 23:13:12 UTC
Do you think Battlefield 2042 is a far more entertaining game than Battlefield 3?
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