NEW YORK — If you’re like me and are trying to get over the flu, you might be frustrated with your test results, which can take days to come back.
But if you have any flu symptoms and you’re willing to test yourself, you could be surprised at how easy it is.
Here’s what you need to know to test flu symptoms at the supermarket, grocery store, doctor’s office, hospital and doctor.
The basicsThe first step in testing flu symptoms is to call your doctor, who will tell you how much time you have to get to a test site and whether there is a test available.
You can get a flu test in about an hour or two if you’re ready.
Then, you’ll need to take the test.
This test takes less than a minute, but it’s more important to get it right.
There are three tests: the flu shot, a nasal spray and a shot.
The flu shot tests for antibodies, which are proteins in the blood that tell your immune system to produce antibodies.
A nasal spray is a shot that uses nasal spray cartridges.
If your symptoms aren’t responding to the nasal spray, you can take the nasal shot.
In the case of a nasal shot, it may take about an extra minute.
The nasal spray also has a longer shelf life.
If you get a positive result on the nasal swab, your doctor can check for flu symptoms later and recommend a shot to treat the virus.
The nasal spray tests for the virus by using a nasal swabs.
It also tests for specific antibodies.
The shots will take about 10 minutes, and the nasal shots can be taken as soon as a day or two after the initial flu shot.
If you have a positive nasal swage, your symptoms will not be as bad.
The symptoms will improve over time, so it’s best to continue taking the nasal test even if you don’t have a bad day.
If there’s a test you need, you may have to wait for several days or even weeks.
You can check the latest results here.