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After the torch test, prescribed Torchnil for a month. Is it good for me ?

hi i am 29 year old. 5 month before i had miscarriage .after the torch test my doc prescribe me torchnil capsules for a it good for me?.in this test report my toxo-IgG is0.19,toxo-IgM is 0.56,rubell-IgG-1.65,rubell-IgM -0.19,CMV-iGg-3.45,CMV-.IgM - 0.45,hsv-IgG -1.8,hsv-IgM is 0.55. what is the meaning of these.test is positive or negative. is there any virus infection in me.can i conceive again after using these pills without any complications?
Asked On : Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
- IgM value in torch test result indicates current/recent infection.
- IgG value indicates resistance the body has developed against the disease, due to infection in past.
-In your report, the IgG value is more than IgM ( except for Toxoplasmosis.)- indicating body resistance.The test is usually repeated after 2 weeks to know development of resistance OR progress of disease process.
Torchnil is a herbal product beneficial in building up resistance & avoiding fetal abnormality by it's antoxident effect.It does not have adverse effect on pregnancy.
Your doctor has given a right medicine please continue it .
Thank you.
Answered: Sat, 10 Aug 2013
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General & Family Physician Dr. Sumanth Mallikarjuna Majgi's  Response
torch test , each laboratory has different values, so consult your lab for positive or negative. but it is IgM, which more important.
torch nil is ayurvedic extract, to be given 5-6 months before conception. it doesn't have any complications.
wish you happy pregnancy
Answered: Thu, 8 Aug 2013
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