Toxoplasma Examination Results For The Pregnant Program?
ask, I finished the test results igg antitoxo 1200.00, igM anti toxo 0.49, IgG AntiCMV 29.00
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Based on the laboratory results that you have lived, there are positive results on antitoxoplasma IgG and antiCMV IgG. The examination is carried out to see the level of antibodies that are formed due to toxoplasma and cytomegalovirus infection. Both are included in the TORCH examination group (toxoplasma, rubella, citomegalovirus and herpes simplex). This examination is recommended to be carried out as a pre-marital screening examination. In addition, it is also highly recommended for all women who plan to become pregnant and in newborns with worsening conditions. The purpose of this examination is necessary to prevent babies born with birth defects, premature birth, death in the womb and miscarriage.
Positive IgG and negative IgM indicate that you have experienced toxoplasma and CMV infections in the past (which is unknown at any time). Where at this time you have recovered. There are no toxoplasmas and CMV in your body. These past infections cause the formation of antibodies against toxoplasma and CMV. These antibodies are very useful for attacking infections in the future so they do not cause pain. These antibodies can also be distributed through the placenta to your fetus later. This is not harmful. You can start the pregnancy program.
However, still discuss the results of your laboratory examination with the obstetrician. The doctor you meet directly can freely explore your clinical information and carry out a relevant physical examination, the results of which are referred to as clinical data. This clinical data is needed to match the results of laboratory tests. Because, on the basis of laboratory testing is only a support so it needs to be matched with clinical data.
You can read about the pregnancy program here.
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