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Done torch test. Got the report for IgG and IgM. Is everything ok?

hi I am 7 months pregnant and 4 mnths back i had my torch test, igg&igm the report are as:- Test Name Result Units Ref Range Toxoplasma IgG 0.30 IU/mL ( 1.60) Toxoplasma IgM 0.60 Index ( 0.50) Rubella IgG 21.30 IU/mL (0.00-4.99) Rubella IgM 0.90 Index ( 1.20) Cytomegalovirus IgG 250.00 AU/ml (0.00-5.99) Cytomegalovirus IgM 1.07 Index ( 0.85) Herpes simplex virus 1+2 IgG 1.32 Index (0.10-0.80) Herpes simplex virus 1+2 IgM 0.22 Index (0.10-0.80) Now i want to confirm that as per this report everything is ok or not with me or my baby? Warm Rgds Mukta
Asked On : Thu, 8 Nov 2012
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The test is done when a pregnant woman is suspected of having any of the TORCH infections.
These infections can be serious if they occur during pregnancy because they can cross the placenta from the mother to the developing fetus and can cause congenital defects in the newborn.
A high IgG value indicate infection in past and IgM a recent infection.
Growth of fetus can be monitered by sonography which your Gynaecologist would moniter.
New born if suspected of any infection can be tested IgG pass through placenta to newborn but IgM level are important in newborn.
Take care
Good Luck to you.
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