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Trying to conceive. Test for IgG, IgM shows IgM negative, IgG positive. History of lung TB. Is this the reason for infertility?

Hi Doctor, I m 29 yrs old woman..I m planning for a baby from last 2 yrs but its not happening.since i hd a past history of TB(lungs) but presently i m not hvng TB.I had gone through a test of IGg and IGm where my IGm is negative(1.67) and IGg(0.78) is positive.Is this the reason for not conceiving? What could be the treatment for this?
Asked On : Mon, 9 Jul 2012
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There can be a variety of reasons in both partners, hormonal, infections or others for failure to conceive. Apart from these, in view of your previous history of Tuberculosis, we have to rule out Uterine endometrial TB as a possible cause of failure to conceive.
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