Hello, doctor, I caught a cold recently. I hugged my friend when I had taken medicine and felt much better yesterday. The friend I hugged today caught a cold. Is it me?
If you have a cold, it may be transmitted to your friends. You need to actively check it further in combination with one of your own clinical symptoms. This situation is generally considered to be viral cold. You must pay attention to a reasonable diet, don't be tired, don't eat spicy and stimulating food, and need a good rest
A cold can also be contagious. Because a cold is usually caused by a virus infection, which can be transmitted to others. Cold is a respiratory infectious disease. Patients often catch a cold after catching cold, so don't contact directly when contacting people. You need to be alert to the spread of droplets and wear a mask.
Colds are mostly viral infections, which can be transmitted by droplets. Protective measures should be taken, such as wearing masks scientifically to maintain a safe social distance. If there is no effective protection for close contact, you may be infected. If the symptoms of that friend are similar to you, you are more likely to be infected