Is IgG Rubella And IgG Cmv Positive Whether It Is Dangerous For Pregnant Women?
Good afternoon I was 4 weeks pregnant, yesterday I checked the results of IgG rubella positive titer 28 and anti cmv positive IgG titer 19 is this dangerous for my fetus? Thank you
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IgG is an immune cell (called immunoglobulin G) as a sign of immune cells formed by past infections that are not known when they occur. If your IgM test results for rubella and CMV are negative, it indicates that you are not currently infected. The immune system against rubella and CMV that has formed in your body, you can channel it to the fetus through the placental bloodstream. Thus, when the fetus later becomes infected during pregnancy or a few days after delivery, the immune system can protect the fetus from attacks by rubella and CMV. So this is good for your fetus.
However, consult the results of your laboratory examination with a gynecologist. Because the results of this laboratory examination must be matched with your clinical condition. Your clinical condition can be identified through medical interviews and physical examinations by doctors that you meet directly. The doctor will determine whether you really are not infected. And will decide based on the results of the examination and laboratory tests whether you need therapy or not.
You can read the article about TORCH here.
Thus hopefully useful.