TORCH Examination Results In Pregnant Women?
Congratulations on your pregnancy. TORCH examination is one of the important examinations in the pregnancy program. Checked on the TORCH test are toxoplasma, rubella, CMV, and herpes simplex. In general IgM shows is an acute condition or active infection. Whereas IgG shows chronic markers or has been infected before and now may have healed.
If seen from the data that you provide, you have experienced toxoplasma, rubella, and CMV infection. However, currently it is not actively infected or has healed and often no special treatment is needed. In contrast, if IgM is reactive, it requires further treatment. Please note that lab test results cannot stand alone and must be combined with information from history taking and physical examination as well as other examinations yes.
Therefore, I suggest that you bring the results of your TORCH lab to the obstetrician so that you can interpret directly to ascertain your condition whether you need further therapy or just observation. You should also carry out routine pregnancy control every 1 month or in accordance with the recommended control given by your obstetrician.
Hope it helps you,