Check Results

The Check Results feature currently only works on larger screens (desktop/laptop). A mobile version is being worked on and will be released shortly.

Antibody Test Result Analyzer

How to use

This test result checker is simple and easy to use.
To the left you can see a replica of the device you have tested with.

Check which lines have developed on your test device and simply replicate the results in the result checker by pressing either on the Red Line symbol or on the No Line symbol.

Start with the C (Control) line you can then automatically enter the G (IgG) line and then the M (IgM) line.

Once you have entered your results, press "Results" on the bottom right of the device and your result will be displayed, a graph illustrating in which phase you may find yourself is accessible in the top right corner.

To enter a new result, simply press "Reset" on the bottom left of the device.

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Test Invalid.

The test is faulty as the control line, marked C, is not visible and results are to be disregarded. Please perform the procedure with another test device.

IgG and IgM negative

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The test was succesful and has not detected any trace of IgG or IgM antibodies.

You have not contracted COVID-19. However due to the human bodies slow pace antibody response to COVID-19, there is a possibility that you have recently been infected and no antibodies could be detected as yet.

If in doubt, we recommend to self isolate and re-test in 7-10 days for a definitive diagnosis.

The test result indicates that the tested individual has no infection or is in the Window Period on the graph above.

IgG Positive.

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The test was succesful and has detected a trace of IgG antibodies.

You have contracted SARS-CoV-2 in the past and are recovering or have recovered. However due to there being a short period where no IgM antibodies are traceable yet the virus still present, there is a possibility that you are still contagious.

We recommend to self isolate for 7 days until you are definitely not contagious.

In any case, you should contact your healthcare provider to determine how best to care for you based on the test results along with other factors such as: your medical history, previous symptoms, etc.

The test result indicates that the tested individual has had an infection or is still recovering, displayed by the Convalescence Period on the graph above.

IgM Positive.

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The test was successful and has detected Immunoglobulin M IgM antibodies.

You have contracted SARS-CoV-2, are in the early stage and may have symptoms. However elevated IgM levels can also be caused by Allergies, Chronic Infections, Cancer, etc.

You should be aware that you are contagious at this stage.

If in doubt of the elevated IgM levels being caused by SARS CoV-2, re-test after 7-10 days for IgG antibodies.

We recommend you to self isolate and depending on worsening conditions contact a hospital or emergency services for further medical assistance.

In any case, you should contact your healthcare provider to determine how best to care for you based on the test results along with other factors such as: your medical history, previous symptoms, etc.

The test result indicates that the tested individual has been infected and is in the Period displayed on the graph above.

IgG & IgM Positive.

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The test was successful and has detected both Immunoglobulin M (IgM) and G (IgG) antibodies.

You have definitely contracted SARS-CoV-2 and are in the most active stage. Seek medical assistance if your condition is worsening.

Your health care provider will work with you to determine how best to care for you based on the test results along with other factors of your medical history, including any previous symptoms, possible exposure to SARS-CoV-2 and the location of places you have recently traveled.

We recommend you to self isolate immediately.

In any case, you should contact your healthcare provider to determine how best to care for you based on the test results along with other factors such as: your medical history, previous symptoms, etc.

The test result indicates that the tested individual is infected with the virus and is in the most active phase as displayed by the Period on the graph above.

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