March 21, 2023

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“Anal Restlessness Syndrome” is one of the side effects of Govit-19.



Some side effects associated with Govit-19 are already known, but the most bizarre of them have been discovered and published in the scientific journal PMC Infectious Diseases.

Researchers at the Medical University of Tokyo, Japan, have revealed that a patient has developed “anal restlessness syndrome.”

According to the British tabloid The Sun, the 77-year-old Japanese were the first to clinically record the disease. He did not reveal his identity, but Kovit was treated at a university hospital in the Japanese capital with mild symptoms. Later, however, he suffered from insomnia and anxiety.

“Several weeks after being discharged, he gradually began to experience deep and restless anal discomfort. Prior to being Covit-19, he had never experienced discomfort and ascites in the anus,” the study quoted in the newspaper as saying.

According to doctors, the symptoms are located in the perineum (the area between the vagina and anus) about 10 cm. In the face, he was forced to move constantly. “Exercises like walking or running give relief symptoms, and relaxation makes them worse,” the article says.

According to the study, restless legs, also known as heat syndrome, are a variant of the syndrome that has already been diagnosed in patients recovering from the corona virus and makes the person feel the need to move his legs due to nervous system failure.

“Before the presence of Covit-19 the patient had not experienced anal restlessness and uncomfortable charcoal and since the problem arose after the corona virus, we consider that this symptom of anal restlessness arose as a symptom related to Covit. The virus can reach the central nervous system through a number of possible ways,” they write.

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The Japanese man recovered completely after 10 months of treatment with the same treatments indicated for restless legs syndrome.