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Can I have COVID symptoms even if my results are negative?.

Last year first week of December i started having chest & back pains, burning nose and a tension headache...I got sinus medication but it did not help much. I eventually got to take a lab COVID test (it was a mouth swab) towards december month end and the results came back negative. today January 21. its been a month and I am still having a persistant tension headache which does not respond to pain medication, and i still have burning sensation in my nose plus chest and back pains. my doctor gave me more pain medication and GERD medication.
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134578 tn?1642048000
Did the doctor seem to place high credibility on the mouth swab you did in December?
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