After the disease with covid, 7 weeks have passed, and the sense of smell has recovered by 50 percent. Will it remain so or will it recover completely?

After the disease with covid, 7 weeks have passed, and the sense of smell has recovered by 50 percent. Will it remain so or will it recover completely?

Professor Claire Hopkins Covid-19 update July 28

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answers (3)

Answer 1
March, 2021

Of course, it will recover completely. The receptors need time for the cells to renew and restore sensitivity. do not worry. But in the absence of recovery in the next month, I recommend contacting an ENT doctor.

Answer 2
March, 2021

My sense of smell disappeared somewhere on the 5th day, i.e. On April 12, it began to return only in the 20th of May, on June 13 it returned only somewhere, subjectively by 80%. Returns 10% per week somewhere.

Answer 3
March, 2021

It's been 3 months for me, my smell has recovered, but it's kind of strange, all strong smells: food, tobacco, gasoline turn into one unpleasant smell. What is it?

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