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Will an ocular toxoplasmosis lesion reactivate during pregnancy?

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Dr. SG Erman
Dr. SG Ermananswered
Family Medicine 36 years experience
Possible, but unlike: Toxoplasma infection can reactivate in immunocompromised pregnant women who were infected with toxoplasma before their pregnancy, and this can lead to congenital infection. The key word in immunocomprimised. If your immune sustem is healthy and normal, re-activation (while possible) is unlikely.

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How will toxoplasmosis affect my pregnancy?

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Several organs: It can cause problems with the baby's brain, eyes, and liver development as well as stunted growth.

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