I write this in anticipation of others, of reaching to others experiencing the same ailments.
I am in my early fifties, with a good level of fitness and suffered from an sudden onset of acute right-sided chest pain, which has led to lung infection. Two months later, I'm still suffering with shortness of breath, fatigue and very concerned if I will have this for the rest of my life. I have mentioned the COVID-19 to medical practitioners but all are reluctant to say it is this. I have previously tested negative for COVID-19 but continue to believe that I am another statics, with potential life life changing health implications. I am waiting for referral to the lung-clinic but they are overwhelmed and despite the NHS best response, I feel there will be little or nothing can be done. Long-COVID is a a serous conversation to be had for us all.