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Rubella test done, negative igm value. History of abortion due to multiple disorders. What does it indicate?

My wife is 24 yrs old. A year back we went for an abortion (13th week) due to multiple disorder like cyst in the neck, single artery . Doctor asked us to leave a gap of ten months. This time when we consulted the doctor she asked to carry out Rubella igg and igm. The value of igg is 96 IU/mL (positive) whereas igm is 0.15 (negative as per reference) activity index. What does it mean?What will be the effects of having igm negative value?please advice asap.
Asked On : Sat, 29 Dec 2012
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Thanks for your question.
This result shows that your wife has immunity for Rubella infection & that she has not had this infection in the recent past.
Rubella infection during pregnancy has been associated with birth defects & a vaccine is available to save mothers if they don't have immunity. Your wife doesn't need it & is safe from this infection.
Best of luck.
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