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Covid-19 Antibody Test

COVID-19 ANTIBODY TEST

A fast and simple way to find out your body’s ability to fight the Covid-19 virus.

If you have been exposed to Covid-19 or vaccinated, your body is going to produce antibodies as part of your immune response. The Antibody test checks for antibodies to Covid-19 after exposure or vaccination and provides a numerical value that indicates the level of antibodies present.

The Covid-19 Antibody test might be right for you if:

  • You have tested positive for Covid-19 infection and want to know if you have detectable antibodies.

  • You have never been diagnosed with Covid-19 but want to know if you have been previously exposed to the virus.

  • You have been vaccinated for Covid-19 and want to know if you have any detectable antibodies.


 

You should get the antibody test 10 days after your symptoms start or after a positive result. You should also wait until your symptoms have improved before taking this test.

 

Current research shows that it may be best to get antibody testing 3 to 4 weeks after symptom onset or known exposure to Covid-19 to lower the chance of receiving a false-positive or false-negative result.

If you are at a higher risk age or health group, we welcome you to visit us for a consultation to determine if you qualify for our Monoclonal Antibody Treatment.

  • What can I expect from treatment?
    The Monoclonal Antibodies Treatment is administered at our infusion center and is given through IV Infusion. The whole process takes about 1-3 hours.
  • Can monoclonal antibody treatment make me sick?
    Antibody treatments do not contain any live virus, so there is no risk you will get COVID-19 from mAb treatment. However, the antibody treatment may have side effects like: Allergic reactions, brief pain, bleeding, bruising of the skin, soreness, swelling.
  • Who is this treatment for?
    This treatment is helpful to people with a high risk of severe disease progression from Covid-19.
  • What if I do not qualify for monoclonal antibody treatment?
    We may decide you do not qualify for the Monoclonal Antibodies Treatment for several reasons. If you have any questions or want to find alternative solutions we recommend contacting our facility or request an appointment.

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