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I am still positive for rubella infection after 11 months. Can an online doctor suggest a medication ?

i get married on jan 17 2010. i conceived on feb 2010. ii had typhoid in the first 15 days. i took taximo . after 1 month i checked torch infection. its became a positive. dr told that u have to terminate this one because of congenital diseaseand u wait just 6 months u get active immunity against rubella . so i aborted on apr 24, 2010. now 11 months completed last month i checked my rubella. its posive. can i take any medicine for this one. pls tell solution i m mentally disturbed a lot.
Asked On : Mon, 14 Mar 2011
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Hi Rathna Palani!
welcome to antibodies indicate previous exposure to these infections and indicate immunity. IgM antibodies are more concerning in pregnancy because they indicates a recent infection. I want to emphasise that if IgG for Rubella was positive you will not get rubella and need not wait to conceive anymore.

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