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Trying to have a baby. Torch test revealed positive for CMV. What treatment can be given?

i am 29 yrs old. I am having not pregnancy.After two years of completing of my marriage Dr. told me to torch test. and the result is as follow.. Toxoplasma IgG 0.00 Rubella IgG 0.06 CMV 250.00 AU/ml (i am positive for CMV) Herpessimplex virus 4.38 Please tell me what treatment should me there and will i am able to concieve or not
Asked On : Sat, 16 Mar 2013
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hello Nutan,

As per ur reports informed most of the times with IgG positive no immediate treatment is given ,if it is IgM positive treament is given.Are u being investigated for infertility ,ur husband semen report ,follicular studies tubal patency, rest hormone reports related to conception .If so forward it ,till then i would not be able to answer ur query regarding will u be able to cnceive or not.And lastly if ur doctor says all reports are normal ,then only with IgG positive u can conceive with proper directed treatment from ur gynecologist. just give some time.
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