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*Are there any medical professionals on here that could advise?
*I have contacted my GP about this, but they won't give me any advice. *
I'm a frontline NHS worker, I'm 23 and over summer last year I had double pneumonia, acute bronchitis and pleurisy. Since then I've had several chest infections following this.
Also have reoccurring UTIs and pyelonephritis.
Safe to say, like everyone else. I am well and truly petrified of getting this COVID-19.
I've had to do a risk assessment out at work to see if I'm fit for work or if I have to self isolate. I'm awaiting for feedback, but for now they've put me on permanent nights due to less contact with patients.
I also live at home with my dad who is over 70 with coronary heart disease, and my mum who has chronic kidney disease. My partner lives with me also, he is classed as a key worker.
Other than the basic hygiene concepts, and eating right. Do I try and contact my GP next week once they've sent out letters to the most vulnerable, for advice? Part of me believes I'm partially at risk still and want to know if there's any precautions I can take.
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