I’ll be certain to let you know how it turns out, thank you.
But, I was hoping to ask one last question, if you please. To answer my last question from my first entry, what is the usual way that a person seroconverts from showing negative results to positive results? If my results are…
Week 7 from possible exposure:
Week 10 from possible exposure:
…then would my numbers jump drastically between 10-16 weeks if I get tested at intervals, or would the numbers continue to slowly rise as the antibodies become detectable? What is the usual pattern with seroconversion? Should they have started to rise more by week 10?
(I understand that even numbers that “slowly rise,” but still fall short of .90 can be considered negative regardless, as there is no such thing as being “slightly” negative or “very negative”).