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  1. Dec 13, 2022 · Updated. Dec. 13, 2022, 12:57 p.m. ET. Reports of “Paxlovid rebound” popped up in the spring of 2022, as some people who had taken the antiviral medication experienced a recurrence of Covid ...

  2. Aug 8, 2022 · What is Paxlovid rebound? The CDC defines Paxlovid rebound as when a patient who, after receiving a full five-day course of treatment, either has a reemergence of COVID symptoms or tests positive...

  3. May 11, 2023 · Paxlovid rebound is a term used to describe when a person experiences worsening of COVID symptoms after initially getting better after taking Paxlovid. But COVID rebound isn’t a side effect of Paxlovid. It can happen to people taking any COVID treatment, as well as to people who received no treatment at all.

  4. May 26, 2023 · What is the rebound effect of Paxlovid? There have been reports of a “rebound” of COVID-19 symptoms in some people within 2 to 8 days after completing the five-day course of Paxlovid; in those cases, some have tested positive again but have no symptoms; others have a recurrence of symptoms.

  5. Aug 9, 2022 · While there’s no evidence that Paxlovid rebound is a consequence of the virus developing resistance against the treatment, some scientists believe it is “a matter of time” before this happens.

  6. Nov 21, 2022 · COVID rebound occurs when a person who has COVID-19 tests negative, then within two to eight days has a recurrence of symptoms or a new positive test. This definition comes from the Centers for...

  7. Nov 10, 2022 · Less understood about Paxlovid and COVID in general is a person's chance of "rebound" – a phenomenon in which a person recovers from an infection and tests negative, only to redevelop COVID symptoms or test positive within eight days after recovering.

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