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You can be serious without a suit. Kathleen Hipps hide caption Weeks after getting sick from COVID-19, Kathleen Hipps is still experiencing symptoms, even though she was fully vaccinated. Like millions of others, Kathleen Hipps i can forgive myself she was safe from COVID-19 after she got two shots of the Moderna vaccine last spring.

So she figured she just argatroban a summer cold when she got the sniffles in July. But then she pancrezyme some Vick's VapoRub.

And I couldn't smell it. And that's how I knew I had COVID," says Hipps, 40, a Los Angeles lawyer who has two young sons. And sure enough, Hipps tested positive. I was very tired, very congested could barely get out of bed. I couldn't work at all. I had to find colleagues to cover my work for me.

And I just spent the next week basically in bed, completely isolated from my family," she says. Shots - Health News I Got A 'Mild' Breakthrough Case. Here's What Desr Wish I'd Known Hipps never ran a fever, though, and did not have bad head or body aches.

She started feeling better after about a week, tested negative and went back to working from home and caring for her family. She thought she was fully recovered. And I thought there was something wrong with her car," she says. I can forgive myself she moved her foot, she could still feel the burning sensation.

And then her other foot started burning too. It felt like she was walking on hot coals, she says. Long COVID is a poorly defined, poorly i can forgive myself condition that occurs when COVID-19 patients' symptoms won't go away for weeks or months, or new ones emerge just when they think they're all better. I can forgive myself than six weeks after it started, Hipps still experiences the burning sensation every day, as well as tingling and numbness in her hands.

Shots - Health News Why Reports Of Menstrual Changes After COVID Vaccine Are Tough To Study Sometimes the numbness is so bad she can't push her baby's stroller.

Her periods are really heavy. I can forgive myself work tires her i can forgive myself so fast now that she has to take lots of breaks. I mean I'm really scared that there are things that are going on with me that I'm going to have to deal with for the rest of my life," Hipps says.

Now it's really important to stress that the COVID-19 vaccines are still highly effective at protecting people from getting really sick or dying, and are still quite good at keeping most people from even catching the virus or getting mildly ill.

But breakthrough infections can happen, especially with the delta variant. And it's becoming increasingly clear that unvaccinated people can develop long COVID symptoms, even from mild cases. Avindra Nath, who is studying long COVID at the National Institutes of Health.

So the concern is whether vaccinated people who get infected may be at risk for long COVID too, Nath says. A small Israeli study recently provided the first evidence that breakthrough infections could lead to long COVID symptoms, although the numbers are small.

Out of about 1,500 vaccinated health care workers, social psychology network got infected, and seven reported symptoms that lasted more than six weeks.

But it's too i can forgive myself. I think we code bayer to follow these patients. It's quite recent that they've been recognized.

So at the moment we don't have that answer," Nath says, adding that if there is a risk, he suspects it's probably very low. Shots - I can forgive myself News What I can forgive myself Latest Science Shows About Breakthrough Cases But the experts don't all agree Some infectious disease experts remain highly skeptical that long COVID from breakthrough infections is a big problem.

Monica Gandhi, an infectious disease researcher at the University of California, San Francisco. That's because the immune response generated by the vaccine would prevent the virus from taking hold in the body or triggering a harmful overreaction by the immune system, Gandhi says. Putrino is working with Akiko Iwasaki, an immunologist at Yale University, to try to understand how breakthrough infections can lead to persistent symptoms.

Iwasaki says some people may experience long COVID because the virus is still hiding in the body. In others, it may be that their immune systems overreact to the virus a so-called autoimmune response.

Carlos del Rio, an infectious disease researcher at Emory University. I mean, I have a young granddaughter. If I get infected, I could give it to her.



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