Q. 23 - Felt Worse after Feeling Better. When was that?

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64 (48.49%) responded that they had a subsequent worsening or relapse of their illness after having earlier seen some improvement. 


72 (54.55%) Skipped the question, suggesting that they never felt worse after first feeling better.


The mean date when respondents "felt worse"  was 24 May, 2020 ± 64.55 days.


This occurred at a mean of 103.254 ± 56.583 days after the start of the illness.


Based on this response and that of the previous question, the results strongly suggest that improvement was fairly slow in presenting itself, and that relapse is a common occurrence. This, even if the majority (55%) may never have experienced such recurrence or relapse.



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