Yes, the sinuses do fire up mainly to produce mucus to help food down your gullet. For a lot of people some of that mucus also enters the nose and changes name to become snot that makes your nose run.99.6 degrees and a runny nose. I’m hoping it’s just the buffalo chicken pizza I just ate.
Isn't 99 degrees (37.2 celsius) pretty normal? If it's above 99.5 I would start paying attention.I was 99 degrees this morning, so I used another COVID test. Came back negative.
I’m still 98.7 right now though, so I’m kinda freaking out. I think I have something, just not COVID. At least, my throat’s not sore, but my nose is a little stuffy.
I just came into this thread to marvel at how I haven't used it in two weeks.
Remember good ol' JD to your children, folks.
Not really, I was just thinking the tests aren’t one hundred percent sensitive, so I might have to build up more COVID in my system before it appears on the test.Any specific reason you could have gotten covid between the last test and now?