Real Housewives' Jennifer Aydin Reveals COVID-19 Diagnosis

Real Housewives' Jennifer Aydin Reveals COVID-19 Diagnosis
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Jennifer Aydin, the Real Housewives of New Jersey star, claims she tested positive for the coronavirus after her husband brought home the test results. Page Six picked up on a social media post from the reality star, whose husband is a doctor, in which she made her revelation.

Ever since she first started experiencing symptoms of the coronavirus, the reality star has been staying at home and away from her children. The reality star reported that she first started feeling sick this past week, including feelings of "extreme fatigue," although, "no fever."

As a precautionary measure, the Real Housewives of New Jersey star asked her husband, Bill, who happens to be a plastic surgeon, to bring her home a test which he did. The result of which proved she really did have the coronavirus, rather than just the regular flu.

Aydin stated on her social media account that her husband didn't want to get her a test initially because he considered it a waste of resources, moreover, she wasn't experiencing a fever or a dry cough so he thought she was in the clear.

However, to be on the safe side, he did get her a test and it came back positive, as it was noted above. A positive test or not, Aydin has been doing her part to help flatten the curve, including staying at home and also removing herself from her children.

As the world likely knows by now, the coronavirus features symptoms in the form of shortness of breath, coughs, fever, and also other cold symptoms like a runny nose, however, it depends on the person. The Center for Disease Control has reported that one can experience symptoms after 2-14 days.

Since then, Jennifer claimed she's been feeling a lot better, and not abnormally fatigued as she once was. The star stated, additionally, that she was sweating in her sleep and lost her senses as well.

Many of her fellow Housewives, such as Luann De Lesseps and Monique Samuels, wished her well wishes and to get better soon.


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