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Recovering from Covid-19. Tests after 14
What tests to do after 14 days. SpO2 is always above 97. Sometimes goes to 93 for a couple of seconds and comes back to 97-98. Is there a way to diagnose the state of covid infection after 14 days. No fever in the past 10 days
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As per ICMR guidelines issued yesterday no need for repeat testing for viral load by RTPCR or Covid Antigen.
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Do breathing exercise and take plenty of fluids. Coconut water and spinach juice if available.
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well,there is no need for a test.If u want then you can opt for rtpcr
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After another week go for RTPCR
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Kindly go for a re test, you can then donate plasma to someone in need, 14 days after a negative report. For full guidance, prescription and follow up take a paid consultation. You can even consult directly via what sapp on 9999x104x408
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You are absolutely ok, n there is no need to go for any test after recovery from corona .
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please do take preventive measures like wearing mask etc...
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No need of tests if you're asymptomatic. Plenty of water, breathing exercises will be helpful.
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No need to do tests anymore you are completely fine but if you still wish to do then you can do Crp
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