‘CORONAVIRUS patients have described a bizarre new symptom – a ‘fizzing’ sensation under the skin.
One woman from North Tyneside said she felt like she had been “dunked in an ice lake” after feeling the strange tingling feeling.
Coronavirus has claimed 8,958 lives in the United Kingdom with more than 70,000 cases.
Tracy Clark, 49, from North Tyneside, said she also felt a fizzing sensation while experiencing symptoms of the coronavirus.
She said: “I describe it differently in three ways: like being dunked in an icy lake, like being struck by lightning, like pins and needles all over my body. No pain though, just terrifying.”
Liam Gardner, 40, from Surrey told the Sun Online said after four weeks of experiencing coronavirus symptoms he recently started feeling a “tingling pains” in his hands and arms.
He said: “My index finger and ring finger have gone completely numb and I feel this tingling sensation all over my hands and arms.
“On Thursday I had a video call with a private doctor and they had no idea what could be affecting my nervous system.”
Liam has yet to be tested for Covid-19 but paramedics have visited him at home twice, when he experienced a stabbing pain in his chest and ran a high temperature.’
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