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Recurrent abortions, ACA(Igg):5.68GPLU/ml, ACA(Igm):23.69MPLU/ml, other test normal

i had 4 recurrent missed abortions.I am 28 yrs ACA(Igg):5.68GPLU/ml and ACA(Igm):23.69MPLU/ml.Is this cause recurrent abortions.All other test are normal including karyotype .
Asked On : Thu, 16 Feb 2012
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Hi, Thanks for using HCM.

Elevated ACA antibodies are one of the cause for recurrent abortion. But in your case as Ig G is 5.68 (normal level below 23), Which is normal and Ig M is 23.69(normal range below 11), Which is increased in your report. Usually Ig M reflects Acute changes.
Many a time These ACA are increased for shorter duration in case of flu or upper respiratory tract viral infection.Which will come back to normal range with in 6 weeks. So better to get rechecked again after 6 weeks to confirm elevated levels.If these ACA are elevated even after 6 weeks, it could be a cause for abortion. Then treatment for it can be started under guidance of your doctor.

Hope this helps you

Answered: Thu, 21 Nov 2013
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