Covid timeline so far:>started with excessive sweating, no other symptoms>muscle soreness, which was present the entire time>first obvious symptoms were congestion, runny nose and headache. No loss of smell yet>bloody nose and diarrhea developed, diarrhea was temporary only lasted a day>runny nose and congestion went away, were replaced by inflammation and burning/stinging sinuses, it was at this point i lost my ability to smell>chest tightness, a stabbing pain developed, but went away the next day>i became less capable of rational thought, my memory worsened and i became dizzy and disoriented when moving>my lungs began burning, like after going for a jog outside>heavy breathing and coughing>current symptoms are minor pneumonia (coughing up crap), burning sinuses, no smell, major headache, and burning lungs>ive had trouble staying asleep at night because of the headache, burning sinuses and neck muscle pain.
Notable is that my sense of taste is completely fine, but i can't smell anything, even literal rotting garbage.
One thing i have learned is that the cough is not a good metric to determine infection, i have no trouble at all with not coughing. It feels nice to cough, but i could easily spend a full day not coughing. However, i am certain there is minor pneumonia (fluid in the lungs) because when i do allow myself to cough, it sounds like there is phlegm or fluid somewhere in my respiratory system.
Also, i have been hypersensitive to touch, specifically my shirt and blankets have been bothering me a lot around my neck and chest. I googled it and sure enough it's a symptom of covid