It usually takes 1 to 3 weeks for antibodies to be detected in your blood. Because antibodies develop over time, it’s possible that your antibody levels can change depending on when you tested.
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- My COVID-19 antibody test was positive, but I’m still having symptoms. What should I do?
- If my COVID-19 antibody test is positive, can I get sick again with COVID-19?
- My COVID-19 antibody test doesn’t show a value. Can I get the antibody titer value?
- My COVID-19 antibody test was negative, but I previously tested positive for COVID-19 or was exposed. Is my result incorrect?
- What do my COVID-19 antibody test results mean?
- If I had more severe symptoms of COVID-19, will I have a higher antibody value?
- Can my antibody value change over time?
- My antibody value is low. Should I get retested to see if my result will change?
- Can I have antibodies if I did not have any symptoms of COVID-19?
- What does an indeterminate COVID-19 antibody test result mean?