Toxoplasma Infection Examination Results?
Good night r n.Sdh check the lab r nDg results r nToxoplasma .igg 145, rubella, recommend re-examination. Cmv igg 51 r n r nOptions for recovery after a long period of medical treatment? R nHave had a repeat abortion 4 times with 3 times the last time the fetal sac and the bag fell alone
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TORCH detection is a series of tests to detect infections in women that can be transmitted to the fetus, causing birth defects or even the death of the fetus in the womb. If successfully detected and handled properly, these complications can be prevented. This examination is done by checking the body's immunity against infectious diseases. This immunity is seen with two types of antibodies, IgG and IgM. In general, IgG indicates an infection in the past and no longer has the disease caused by the infection, whereas IgM indicates disease in the present. IgG against toxoplasma indicates toxoplasmosis caused by Toxoplasma gondii infection. This infection can be caused by eating raw or undercooked meat or eggs. This infection can also occur due to exposure to cat litter or gardening. IgG against CMV indicates cytomegalovirus infection. Mothers should bring the results of the examination back to the obstetrician who recommended the examination. The doctor will explain to you what the next plan needs to be done so that your next pregnancy can run well. Mothers should not become pregnant until at least 3 months after all infectious diseases that you experience are overcome. Meanwhile, pregnancy vitamins, especially folic acid and iron or as directed by your doctor, you should still consume them regularly to prepare your body for pregnancy. Also avoid alcohol and cigarettes. Forbid everyone in your house from smoking inside your house or around you. Mothers should also avoid caffeine, including coffee, tea, soda, and chocolate. Aside from infectious diseases, you should also check if there are other problems with your womb. Mothers may need complete rest during pregnancy. In your next pregnancy, make sure you have strict supervision from your obstetrician.
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