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Had exposure to mumps. Need help in analyzing the blood test report

Hi I have not been feeling well, my daughter has been diagnosed with mumps , my blood tests came back as follows . Mumps elisa igm negative Mumps elisa igg positive Cytomegalovirus igm negative Cytomegalovirus igg 250 positive Paul bunnell negative Ebv capsid igg ab positive Ebv early ag ab negative Ebv nuclear ab positive Ebv capsid igm ab Toxoplasma igm negative Please explain and tell me if anything I need to be concerned about thank you
Asked On : Sun, 4 Nov 2012
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Hello, I have gone through your query.

Your Mumps ELISA IgG positive could be of past infection.
CMV IgG positive also means previous infection.
EBV results also show past infection.
Toxoplasma negative.
You might have had infection in the past history but there nothing presently occuring in your body now and nothing to be concerned about.

Have a good health. You can write down or follow up for further questions.
Answered: Mon, 25 Nov 2013
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