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Paxlovid treatment helps prevent hospitalization and death due to COVID-19. COVID-19 rebound has been reported to occur between 2 and 8 days after initial recovery and is characterized by a recurrence of COVID-19 symptoms or a new positive viral test after having tested negative.
COVID-19 rebound has been reported to occur in a small percentage of patients between 2 and 8 days after initial recovery and is characterized by recurrent but milder symptoms and viral detection after having tested negative.
treated with Paxlovid who experience COVID-19 rebound have had mild illness; there are no reports of severe disease. There is currently no evidence that additional treatment is needed with Paxlovid or other anti-SARS-CoV-2 therapies in cases where COVID-19 rebound is suspected.
CDC on Tuesday issued a warning saying that patients who complete a five-day course of Paxlovid and experience a return of Covid-19 symptoms should isolate for an additional five days, marking the first guidance the agency has issued on what patients should do if they test positive for Covid-19 days after testing negative.
CDC warns of 'Covid-19 rebound' after taking Paxlovid antiviral pills Some people who take Paxlovid could see symptoms reappear two to eight days after finishing the treatment and...
COVID-19 Rebound after Taking Paxlovid Likely Due to Insufficient Drug Exposure Paxlovid rebound patient did not show drug resistance or impaired immunity; UC San Diego study suggests insufficient drug exposure was most likely cause June 21, 2022 | Nicole Mlynaryk
Rebound may occur because some patients are not receiving high enough doses of nirmatrelvir, the part of Paxlovid that targets COVID enzymes. That dose already needs to be boosted in the...
According to the CDC, a COVID-19 rebound is a recurrence of COVID-19 symptoms or a new positive viral test (after previously testing negative), within two to eight days after recovery...
Yes, it’s possible to experience COVID-19 rebound even if you took no medications. And, current evidence suggests it may be far more common than Paxlovid rebound. A study found that about 30% of people who received no COVID-19 treatments experienced rebound symptoms after initial improvement.
In recent months, public health experts have paid attention to potential rebound symptoms in patients who take Paxlovid, an antiviral pill approved for treatment of COVID-19 in high-risk patients.