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If TORCH results show positive am I infertile ?

I got a a miscarriage on the 10th of June at 7weeks i did not have to get a d&c my Gynae gave me an injections and some herbal medicine both for taking and internally after that she said when i get my periods i should get a number of tests at that time well i got the test yesterday july 21st and it says my progesterone (Eclia Elisa ) is 0.2 which i was informed has a problem on the TORCH TEST MY tOXO IGg was 241 and Reactive and Rubella was 500 positive/immune And cmv igG IS 500 (Reactive)what does this mean am i infertile will i ever get pregnant whats the treatment for this .
Asked On : Fri, 22 Jul 2011
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Hi ,
is this your first miscarriage?whats your age?if this is ur first miscarriage and you r below 30yrs.dont worry .the chance that you will have another pregnancy is 90%.
regarding the torch iGg for rubella,toxo etc showing reactive it only means that you are immune to them so dont worry u dont require any specific treatment for give further details so that i can comment.
Answered: Sat, 23 Jul 2011
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