Some studies have shown that individuals with more severe symptoms develop higher antibody levels. However, although having antibodies usually gives immunity from future infection, there is not enough evidence at this time to suggest that people who have higher amounts of these antibodies are better protected against future COVID-19 infections.
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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?