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Next year's flu shot...complications
akiddoc, by any chance, are you saying that UTIs are more prevalent this year than normal, or is it only that most everything else is just not spreading and so UTIs are the most common infections?

I presume colds (non-flu) are relatively rare this year.

Although my wife & I have been rarely out of the house for just under a year.  And we've got a HEPA air filter running continuously in our bedroom.  Until recently, it was too cold to open the windows or doors.  But we've still had a fair amount of congestion, coughs, and runny noses.

I think that shows that our bodies are putting us in a state in which a COVID or flu or cold could find a good environment to take hold, and then to spread from us.  I always thought of those as consequences of an infection (and, probably an infection increases these symptoms) but now see they may be independent.

Actually, in two different games, I noticed a particular basketball player touch his/her nose at the foul line as if bothered by a runny or stuffy nose.

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Next year's flu shot...complications - by magnus - 02-26-2021, 03:06 PM
RE: Next year's flu shot...complications - by M_T - 03-01-2021, 02:14 AM

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