What Does The TORCH Check Mean?
hello .. this morning I checked the TORCH with the results: r nIgG Rubella = H 96 reactif r nIgG CMV = H 53 reactif r nIgG anti HSV1: H 30.32 reactif r n r is that a danger to me? because currently planning promil .. and does Torch affect the menstrual cycle?
TORCH supporting screening screening (Toxoplasmosis, Rubella, Citomegalovirus, Herpes) is a series of blood tests to confirm the possibility of either active infection or infection that has occurred in the past. Information about TORCH for mothers who are preparing for pregnancy is needed to ensure that during pregnancy, the mother is healthy and the fetus is not at risk of contracting the disease.
IG M is an antibody produced by the body when a person has a viral infection for the first time, usually appears after 1-2 weeks and then increases in 4-6 weeks. In certain viral infections, after 1 year IG M can disappear from the body.
While IG G is an antibody produced by the body after 8 weeks, a person has a viral infection.
From the results of your blood test, you have had Rubella virus, Citomegalovirus and Herpes Simplex type 1 infection in the past, at least 8 weeks before the time of blood draw. However
Laboratory tests are tests performed to support a doctor's diagnosis. So that the results of laboratory tests must be interpreted directly by the doctor who conducts medical examinations directly on you. The doctor will ask your detailed medical history, perform a physical examination, especially those related to reproductive health. Your doctor will analyze your health condition whether you are ready to undergo the pregnancy process.
Discuss the results of your TORCH examination directly with the Obstetrics and Gynecology Specialist.
TORCH infection itself does not affect the menstrual cycle and is not directly related to female fertility problems.
Read more about TORCH virus infection in this HealthReplies.com article.
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