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Early pregnancy, got positive results for torch test. What should be done?

Hi I am 6 weeks pregnant and i was tested twice for TORCH TEST. At present my CMV igg is 218 and CMV igm is 2.16. Last month on 4 january it was- igg 219 and igm 1.86. I got this test last month as we were palnning to concieve and by that time i did not know about pregnancy. I think i ovulaled(according to tha symptoms) near tha dates 3rd to 5th january. and i concieved by dat time as my cycle is 30 days long. My last period came on 14 december. Now i am worried what to do pl suggest me. Thanks
Asked On : Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thanks for writing to us with your health concern.
My answer to you is simple - DO NOT WORRY.
Your results are absolutely normal.
Ig G levels do not matter, as long as your Ig M levels are normal.
Ig G levels, when raised, indicate that you have acquired immunity to the particular infection.
Only raised Ig M levels indicate an acute infection that needs to be treated.
Right now, your Ig M values are fine, so ignore the reports.
Enjoy your pregnancy, and stop thinking about any further TORCH testing or treatment.
ALl the best.
Take care.
Answered: Wed, 27 Nov 2013
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