Radio host Robin Bailey reveals awful symptoms including 'razor blade' pain while she and her three sons were all sick with Covid - and warns the virus is 'not to be trivialised'

Robin Bailey has recovered from Covid-19 after a horror run with the illness. 

The host of The Robin, Terry and Bob show on 97.3FM fell ill earlier this month along with her three teenage sons, despite all four of them being double vaccinated. 

The Brisbane based star says the boys, Fin, Lewin and Piper, suffered from 'razor blade throats,' chills and heat spikes, while she had 'prickly skin that makes every touch feel painful' and 'a deep in your skull headache' that nothing helped with. 

Sick: Robin Bailey has recovered from Covid-19 after a horror run with the illness. The host of The Robin, Terry and Bob show on 97.3FM fell ill earlier this month along with her three teenage sons, despite all four of them being double vaccinated. All pictured

Sick: Robin Bailey has recovered from Covid-19 after a horror run with the illness. The host of The Robin, Terry and Bob show on 97.3FM fell ill earlier this month along with her three teenage sons, despite all four of them being double vaccinated. All pictured 

'I've been pretty sick. It's not something to be trivialised. It's a b**h,' she wrote in an Instagram post this week. 

'Three sick kids. It progressed from there. I was the last one to fall,' she continued. 

Robin went on to say that they struggled to get PCR tests to confirm they were infected. 

'Three sick kids. It progressed from there. I was the last one to fall,' she explained

'Three sick kids. It progressed from there. I was the last one to fall,' she explained 

Upsetting: Robin went on to say that they struggled to get PCR tests to confirm they were infected. 'Hours and hours we spent in the car queuing only to be turned away' she wrote

Upsetting: Robin went on to say that they struggled to get PCR tests to confirm they were infected. 'Hours and hours we spent in the car queuing only to be turned away' she wrote 

'We spent three days in the car trying to get tested. We finally got tested last Wednesday and the results came back Monday,' she went on. 

'Hours and hours we spent in the car queuing only to be turned away from sites in Ipswich, Indooroopilly and Ashgrove. 

'If I wasn't infected before then I certainly was after. Finally we got into Kenmore Clinics and were told to isolate for 7 days awaiting our results.' 

Ouch: The Brisbane based star says the boys, Fin, Lewin and Piper, suffered from 'razor blade throats,' chills and heat spikes, while she had 'prickly skin that makes every touch feel painful' and 'a deep in your skull headache' that nothing helped with

Ouch: The Brisbane based star says the boys, Fin, Lewin and Piper, suffered from 'razor blade throats,' chills and heat spikes, while she had 'prickly skin that makes every touch feel painful' and 'a deep in your skull headache' that nothing helped with

The radio personality added: 'I also felt so bloody angry. I got my result and burst into tears. Not because I didn't expect it but because I was starting to think that I was losing my mind. 

'Do not get me wrong, we are doing fine compared to all those people rushed to emergency because they cannot breathe or they feel like their chests are going to explode. But this is a health issue not to be trivialised or over exaggerated.' 

Robin shares her sons with her late husband, Sean Pickwell, who she lost to liver cancer in September 2019. 

The radio personality added: 'I also felt so bloody angry. I got my result and burst into tears. Not because I didn't expect it but because I was starting to think that I was losing my mind... this is a health issue not to be trivialised or over exaggerated'

The radio personality added: 'I also felt so bloody angry. I got my result and burst into tears. Not because I didn't expect it but because I was starting to think that I was losing my mind... this is a health issue not to be trivialised or over exaggerated'

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