Alyssa Milano Tests Positive for the Global Virus

Henrietta Brewer
August 13, 2020

Milano, the 47-year-old who has two children with second husband David Bugliari, made a video of her hair loss days after revealing that she had been fighting COVID-19 for four months.

Alyssa Milano has issued a strong warning to anti-maskers as she continues to recover from the coronavirus.

According to another post, she has been battling coronavirus since March. On her Instagram account she explained how she continued to suffer from symptoms for months before finally taking a blood test that revealed that she had the virus.

"Hi, everybody. I just wanted to show you the amount of hair that's coming out of my head as a result of COVID", Milano says in a new Instagram video, holding her up favorite detangling brush to show there's no hair between the bristles before she starts brushing. 'Last night, I had real heaviness in my chest. I was confused. Low grade fever. I am POSITIVE for COVID antibodies. "And the headaches were frightful".

"I basically had every Covid symptom", Milano wrote, adding that although she had tested negative for the virus twice, she has since tested positive for antibodies.

Milano posted a screenshot on Wednesday of her data and a photo of herself using a breathing machine when she was sick in April.

COVID-19 is still a relatively new disease that we're all still learning about.

"Hair loss is not a symptom of Covid-19", Dr Rekha Santosh, dermatology specialist at Burjeel Hospital Abu Dhabi, told The National.

But in the meantime, she had some on-camera advice for her legions of Twitter followers: "Wear a damn mask".

"Please take this significantly".

The signs could be refined in some individuals and also you won't even discover that there's something unsuitable together with your hair. Survivor Corps' study asked more than 1,500 patients about the symptoms they're experiencing.

"I think the timing is really crucial", Dr. Shilpi Khetarpal said in the report. "I had COVID in early March", one fan wrote.

Additionally, once she was feeling better, she took a finger-prick test to determine whether she had the antibodies that often occur in those that have fought off the virus, but again received negative results. "I don't want anyone to feel the way I felt".

She also revealed that she would be donating her plasma - the liquid part of the blood which can contain antibodies - "with the hope that it. might save a life".

The actress says she aims to draw attention to the importance of social distancing and wearing a mask: "I just want you to be aware that our testing system is flawed and we don't know the real numbers. Do I want to go have a board for all that?"

Experts have suggested that the type of hair loss CCP virus patients could be experiencing is telogen effluvium (TE), a temporary condition caused by a physical or emotional stress, high fever, illness, or weight loss of more than 20 pounds.

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