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Invisible Illness

COVID-19: Depression & The Loss of Taste and Smell

My wife’s story and my concerns for society

Photo by Erwan Hesry on Unsplash

During the late summer of 2021, my wife had a breakthrough case of COVID-19. She had many of the symptoms, but the most distinctive was the loss of taste and smell. It was when she suddenly lost her taste and smell that she knew it was COVID-19 without any testing.




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Seth Underwood

Seth Underwood

50+ autistic, undiagnosed dyslexic, sufferer of chronic migraines, writer of dark science fiction, player of Genshin Impact and Mike Pondsmith Fan. Race- Human.

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