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Surprising new Omicron symptom added to official Covid guidance after spike in cases

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Omicron Covid-variant after a recent rise in cases, according to a tracker app. The new symptom has been added to the list after a number of people with the virus made reference to trouble with their ears.A number of Brit sufferers all cited ringing ears as something they have experienced after contracting Omicron.Following these reports, the ZOE Covid tracker app has now added the symptom to its top 20 most commonly reported symptoms, which is released every week.Ear pain has been seen in Omicron cases in the past but only now following reports has it become more common than originally thought.Last year, a study by A team of Stanford University experts and Dr Konstantina Stankovic, found that the Omicron variant could cause problems with the ear.The study reported symptoms including severe earache, ear numbness, and even temporary hearing loss, which can also continue even after the infection has passed.Dr Stankovic also revealed that these symptoms can also appear in those fully-vaccinated.Speaking to the Times Now News Portal, Dr Stankovic said: “Pain is often associated with ringing in the ears.

Surprisingly, these symptoms, although more rarely, can also appear in patients who have been vaccinated with a full course."She also advised those with hearing loss, ringing in your ears and dizziness to not dismiss these symptoms and still take a test.Brits can no longer have testing kits for free after the scheme was stopped, with those looking to test having to buy from local pharmacies or online. Keep up to date with all the latest news stories.

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