, Alren O. Vandy, Rebecca Stretch, David Otieno, Mukesh Prajapati, Mauricio Calderon, and Mohamed Vandi
Figure 2. Frequency of symptoms reported without fever at 238 attendances of survivors of laboratory-confirmed Ebola virus disease (EVD) at the Survivor Clinic, Kenema Government Hospital (KGH), Kenema, Sierra Leone, 2014–2015. A) Overall; B) 4–144 days from KGH discharge after initial EVD diagnosis to Survivor Clinic attendance; C) 145–254 days from discharge to attendance; D) 255–358 days from discharge to attendance; and E) 359–504 days from discharge to attendance. Eye problems comprise eye irritation, eye pain, eye discharge, itchy eye, poor vision, or blurred vision. Amenorrhea was recorded only for women (age range 15–40 years) and erectile dysfunction only for men (age range 24–35 years). Chest burn is a local term for heartburn.