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Progress in Medical Sciences ISSN: 2577 - 2996
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Progress in Medical Sciences. 2023; 7(3):(97-102)


Long Covid-19: The Postsymptom Onset and its Association with the Antibody Body Titre

Shakeel Ahmed*, Hafsah Khan and Faizah Altaf

Abstract
The term "long COVID-19" refers to the long-term medical issues that may develop following infection with the new coronavirus (COVID-19). Fatigue, breathlessness, chest pain, trouble concentrating, and headaches are a few symptoms that can occur. Following their initial infection, people with long COVID-19 may continue to have these symptoms for weeks, months, or even longer. Managing the postsymptom onset of Long COVID-19 is a crucial factor to take into account. In this review, we looked into the relationship between long COVID-19 and its postsymptom onset with antibody body titre. It demonstrates that the postsymptom onset of extended COVID-19 was substantially correlated with the antibody body titre. The term "long COVID-19" refers to the long-term medical issues that may develop following infection with the new coronavirus (COVID-19). Fatigue, breathlessness, chest pain, trouble concentrating, and headaches are a few symptoms that can occur. Following their initial infection, people with long COVID-19 may continue to have these symptoms for weeks, months, or even longer. Managing the postsymptom onset of Long COVID-19 is a crucial factor to take into account. In this review, we looked into the relationship between long COVID-19 and its postsymptom onset with antibody body titre. It demonstrates that the postsymptom onset of extended COVID-19 was substantially correlated with the antibody body titre.