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Is it okay to ask a question based on COVID symptoms that I had well over a year ago? I wouldn't be asking for advice; I'm just curious how common a particular symptom I had is.

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  • Can you be more specific? Give us a general summary of what you want to ask.
    – Carey Gregory Mod
    Feb 5 at 3:58
  • @CareyGregory the question would be "How common is tachycardia as a symptom of COVID-19?" If details are OK, I would specify in the body that when I had COVID, my resting heart rate at one point was in the high 180s, and that it was during the summer of 2022 (in case knowing what variants were common at the time is relevant). I've already talked to an FNP about this, and she was surprised but not concerned about future effects.
    – Someone
    Feb 5 at 4:16
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    Why does the question need the anecdote about your personal health? Why can’t it just be “how common is tachycardia with COVID 19 infection? I found this website but am still confused.”
    – Ian Campbell Mod
    Feb 5 at 12:47

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