** Please note, all test results are sent directly to your Well Aligned Practitioner **
Upon infection with the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the patient’s immune system tries to fight the virus by producing blood-circulating molecules known as antibodies. IgM is a class of antibodies that appears as early as three to five days after infection. IgM is the body’s first line of defense against a foreign antigen. IgG is another class of antibodies that appears later and gradually replaces the IgM antibodies. Usually, IgG antibodies appear in the blood circulation within three to four weeks after the initial infection.
- SARS-CoV-2 IgG
- IgM Antibodies