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Histroy of miscarriages due to rubella and toxoplasma. Partner also has Rubella. Chances of conceiving?

hi doc im 27 years old women now i want to concive a baby but in past i had 2 miscarrige due to RUBELLA & TOXOPLASMA. TORCH TEST report is here- TOXOPLSMA IgG- 0.13TOXOPLASMA IgM- 0.27RUBELLA IgG- 3385.0 RUBELLA IgM- 0.42 CYTOMEGALO VIRUS IgG-50.0 CYTOMEGALO VIRUS IgM- 0.22 Plz doc tell me what can i do .suggest me which medcines can use to cure rubella IgG. My husband also suffers his Rubella IgG is 78.0 and CMV IgM is 11.0
Asked On : Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thanks for your query.
There is no medicine to cure Rubella Ig G nor is any cure required.
Ig G indictes past infection or immunity against rubella.
Ig M indicates active infectin.
If you have taken the complete course of Rovamycin ( both of you ) then there is no cause for worry.
You can try to conceive a baby now.
there could be other causes of miscarriages such as :
1. genetic
2. Autoimmune
3. Abnormalities in size and shape of uterus
4. Other infections.
5. hormonal imbalance.
Please consult a high risk pregnancy specialist for a proper workup
Take regular folic acid supplements.
take care.
Answered: Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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