Are you worried that you might have COVID-19? Don’t worry anymore.
With more than a million people affected in the country, a lot of people are stressed over whether they have COVID 19 or not. The stress seems to be more justified when scientists found out that a lot of people have COVID 19 but don’t have the symptoms. Stress is not good for human body and can lead to some serious illness. Taking a lot of stress can weakens your immunity which in turn can increase your chances of getting infected by COVID-19. So, instead of taking stress, pick up your phone and call 281-303-5678 to get tested.
COVID-19 Antibody Testing $99
When used appropriately, Antibody testing may help determine the number of individuals who actually have been infected with Covid-19.
Antibody tests can be helpful for those who were never diagnosed with COVID-19 and believe they’ve previously been exposed to the virus or to test people who did have COVID-19 to determine whether their body produced antibodies to fight against the disease.
Antibody testing is a tool that can inform decisions or provide a timeline for safe returns to the workplace, schools and other common areas. Antibody testing will be especially critical for all workers and those on the front lines of the pandemic and for businesses to open and remain open.
Before you make a decision to have an antibody testing, ask the following question to yourself:
- Should not have a fever or felt feverish in the last 3 days?
- Should have not experienced new or worsening symptoms of COVID-19 in the past 10 days such as fever, dry cough, and shortness of breath.
Antibody test for Covid-19 is not right if:
- You are having a fever and dry cough since last 3 full days,
- It has been less than 7 days since my positive COVID-19 test.
- You are directly exposed to COVID-19 in the past 14 days.
- You are a person with a compromised immune system.
For the safety of our patients and employees, we have limited appointment times for COVID-19 Immune Response testing.
- Book an appointment online.
- Give a call to our clinic at 281-303-5678.
Note: World health officials warn, however, that scientists still don’t know whether coronavirus antibodies give a person immunity or reduce the risk of reinfection. While antibody test can help broaden our understanding of the reach and scope of exposure to Covid-19 within our communities, it has limitations. For example, Antibody testing should not be used as a primary method of diagnosing COVID-19 in an acutely ill patient. Relying on Antibody tests too soon after infection can yield false negative results. When a patient is symptomatic and experiencing the greatest viral replication, a molecular test (SWAB) is most useful for detecting the virus and determining a course of treatment.