Rubella And CMV?
I have had 2x curettes .. And my obstetrician suggested for a toxo test .. And the results of my IG g Rubella and IG g CMV are positive … nWhat is it like? And what is dangerous for me? N can it be cured?
Hello, Evi Danish, thanks for asking HealthReplies.com.
The toxo test in question may be a test to detect TORCH, or a group of disease names consisting of: (T) oxoplasmosis, (O) ther diseases / other diseases such as: syphilis, chickenpox, HIV, hepatitis B, measles, mumps, (R ) ubella, (C) ytomegallovirus / CMV, and (H) erpes simplex. Symptoms that occur in adults usually include flu symptoms, fever, feeling unwell, swallowing pain, and skin rash. Sometimes healthy adults (without a compromised immune system) are not aware of the infection because the symptoms often appear like the symptoms of the common cold. What needs to be watched out for is if you are infected with TORCH during pregnancy, because TORCH can infect both the mother and the fetus. If a pregnant woman is infected with TORCH, the worst effect is to infect the fetus in her womb, the effect of which the fetus can experience developmental disorders, heart problems, brain and nerve disorders, and other birth defects. For that, it is necessary to do TORCH screening in pregnant women.
The TORCH test detects antibodies to TORCH, so you will see whether you have an infection or have had an infection. If the IgM is positive, it indicates that you have an infection. However, if only IgG is positive, it indicates that you have been infected in the past and that the immune system remembers it for protection in the future. If the IgG test result is positive, it generally does not require treatment, but if you have plans to become pregnant, you should consult this with an obstetrician for repeat tests or further tests.
Below is additional information regarding TORCH examinations and TORCH examinations for pregnant women.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.
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