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(EurekAlert)   Antibodies persist at least nine months after infection. this is not a euphemism for pregnancy   (eurekalert.org) divider line
    More: Obvious, Immune system, Project lead Professor Andrea Crisanti, Lead author Dr Ilaria Dorigatti, Infection, antibody levels, Infectious disease, SARS-CoV-2 infection, Professor Enrico Lavezzo  
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2021-07-19 8:01:27 AM  
I can't remember if it was the NYT or the Wash Post, but about 2 days ago, they carried an article stating that people who were vaccinated, carry 4 x more antibodies after a 6 months than people who had the virus.  We won't halt the virus, unless far more are vaccinated!
 
2021-07-19 10:02:19 AM  
Tested twice
They showed up 3 months after infection.
But not 5 1/2 months after.
 
2021-07-19 2:49:52 PM  
When does the swelling go down?
 
2021-07-19 3:12:18 PM  

freddyV: Tested twice
They showed up 3 months after infection.
But not 5 1/2 months after.


If only your body had some sort of way where it could remember how to make more. Some sort of "memory" cell in the immune system.
 
2021-07-19 3:12:54 PM  

Nurglitch: When does the swelling go down?


Within four hours. Otherwise consult a doctor.
 
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