Alyssa Milano tested positive for coronavirus antibodies after testing negative for the virus itself.
The 47-year-old actress took to Instagram on Wednesday to share the results, including a screenshot of the data as well as a photo of herself using a breathing machine while she was ill in April.
“It was me on April 2, after I was ill for 2 weeks. I have never been this kind of disease,” said Milan. “Everything hurts. Loss of smell. I felt like an elephant sitting on my chest. I couldn’t breathe. I couldn’t keep food inside. I lost 9 kilograms in 2 weeks. I was confused. Low temperature.” And the headache was terrible. Basically, I had every Covid symptom. “
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The “charming” alumni said she was tested for coronavirus twice in March, but both tests came back negative.
In addition, after feeling better, she performed a finger prick test to determine if there were antibodies that were common in those who had fought the virus but again tested negative.
“After experiencing the last 4 months with prolonged symptoms such as dizziness, stomach upset, irregular periods, palpitations, shortness of breath, zero short-term memory and general malaise, I went and took a blood test (not a finger prick) test from a laboratory – continued she. “I am POSITIVE for antibodies. I had Covid19. “
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Milan stressed that “the testing system has flaws” and said that “real numbers” remain unknown.
“I also want you to know that this disease is not a scam. I thought I was dying. I felt like I was dying,” the actress wrote. “I will donate my plasma in the hope that I can save a life. Please take care of yourself. Please wash your hands and wear a mask and social distance. I don’t want anyone to feel the way I did.”
She concluded, “Be good. I love you all (well, maybe not trolls. Just kind people.)”
According to the University, John Hopkins has 18.7 million cases of coronavirus worldwide, 4.8 million in the United States alone.
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More than 700,000 deaths have been reported worldwide, more than 158,000 in the United States.