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Antibody Testing Services in Houston

Bounce Hydration offers a 15-minute
COVID-19 antibody test with 97.3% accuracy from Assure Tech. 

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Pricing for the Coronavirus Antibody Test

Like all of our IV Drips, your Antibody Test will be conducted in the same safe, secure, and relaxing environment you already enjoy from Bounce Hydration.


  • $125 for stand-alone test – minimum of 2 tests required
  • $99 for Bounce Hydration members
  • $99 to test while you enjoy your Bounce Hydration drip
  • $150 for test and B12 shot bundle
  • Call for pricing for parties of 10 or more
  • You will have your results within 15 minutes of testing.

What is the Antibody Testing Process at Bounce Hydration?

The process is rather straightforward, and it’s designed to give you maximum peace of mind:

1. Each person taking the test will fill out a quick electronic consent from Bounce Hydration.

2. You will receive your results in 15 minutes.

Bounce Hydration requires a minimum of 2 people for standalone antibody testing. However, anyone with a solo drip appointment can add on the antibody testing as an extra.



This test has been authorized by FDA under an EUA for use by authorized laboratories.

This test has not been FDA cleared or approved.

This test has been authorized only for the presence of IgM and IgG antibodies against SARS-CoV-2, not for any other viruses or pathogens.

This test is only authorized for the duration of the declaration that circumstances exist justifying the authorization of emergency use of in vitro diagnostics for detection and/or diagnosis of COVID-19 under Section 564(b)(1) of the Act, 21 U.S.C. § 360bbb-3(b)(1), unless the authorization is terminated or revoked sooner.

Positive results may be due to past or present infection with non-SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus strains, such as coronavirus HKU1, NL63, OC43, or 229E.

This product is intended for professional use and not for home use.

Not for the screening of donated blood.

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Antibody Testing FAQs

What is Antibody Testing?

Also known as serologic testing, an antibody test looks for antibodies in your bloodstream. Your body develops these antibodies in response to a viral or bacterial infection. 

Antibody testing typically gives two possible results.


  • A positive result means you do have the SARS-CoV-2 antibody in your bloodstream, which means you have been exposed to the virus previously and potentially developed an immunity.
  • A negative result means you do not have the SARS-CoV-2 antibody in your bloodstream, which means you have not been exposed to the virus previously.


The test does NOT tell you if you currently have COVID-19. It can only reveal that you were exposed to it in the past. The presence of the antibodies in your body means that you’ve built up some immunity to coronavirus.

Will Insurance Cover the Cost of My Test?

The lab will email you results along with a receipt that you can then file for potential full or partial reimbursement with your insurance. 

When Should I Take an Antibody Screening Test?

Medical experts are very clear on this:


  • You can only take this antibody test if you feel that you have been exposed to COVID-19 AND you have not displayed any symptoms for over two weeks after you think you were exposed.
  • You CANNOT take this antibody test if you are actively showing symptoms of COVID-19. Instead, you should immediately go to a hospital instead to take the PCR test.

Why is Antibody Testing Important?

Antibody testing tells you whether you had coronavirus and have since recovered – even if you were asymptomatic. That’s the principal benefit of the testing: the knowledge about your personal situation in regards to COVID-19.


The antibody test we administer helps high-risk groups with an increased rate of exposure, such as:


  • Healthcare workers
  • Emergency services personnel
  • Transportation
  • Food supply workers 


Even though the people in these groups might already have developed a certain level of immunity, the test gives them peace of mind if they wish to keep working and/or go back to work.


Since scientists are still working on conclusive answers, testing also helps them collect data about the coronavirus and people’s response to it in terms of public health. For example, research has shown us the following:


  • The antibodies for the known coronavirus strains have displayed immunity for up to a year. 
  • Many of the first reported reinfection cases are believed to be false positives for the initial viral tests (not the antibody tests).
  • Developing research reveals a low reinfection rate for COVID-19, as the presence of antibodies indicates some physical resistance and response from your immune system.


An antibody test also helps because, if you have antibodies present, you could help your community by donating your blood. Some physicians use antibody-rich blood to treat severe patients, as early research points to successes.