If I say that "I have been sick since Tuesday" That would mean that my sickness started from Tuesday and I am still sick.
But if I just say: "I have been sick" without a duration or time expression, can it mean more than one thing depending on context?
E.g. Could it mean "I'm still sick" or "I was sick" depending on context?
In my opinion it should just mean that "my sickness has just recently ended" since it is present perfect tense.