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Cytomegalovirus Antibody Igg
I have been diagnosed with cytomegalovirus IGg Antibody 9.59 (Au/ml). What is the treatment and consequences?
CMV= cytomegalovirus, a virus in the herpesvirus family that can infect anyone. CMV is spread by direct contact of body fluids, such as saliva, blood, urine, semen, vaginal fluids, and breast milk. CMV infection can have a wide range of symptoms from no symptoms to symptoms of fever and fatigue (resembling infectious mononucleosis) to severe symptoms involving brain, ...Read more
My wife has her rubella IgG 20.17 and cytomegalovirus IgG 11.28 is it dangerous, she faced miscariage two times, which type of care we have to do ?
Cytomegalovirus IgG is 9.26. What does that mean re. How long i've had it, how contagious it is, etc.? What are next steps on managing this? Help!
CMV positive: This means that you have been exposed and infected sometime in the past. Most adults have had CMV in the past. As long as you are not having symptoms like sore throat, fever, lymph nodes, or fatigue it is likely months past. The igm test is what looks at recent infection (either active or in last several weeks) you are not likely contagious if only igg positive. You are immune. ...Read more
My rubella IgG results are 88.31 what does that mean?
My toxoplasma IgG 91.50 what does mean?
Cytomegalovirus IgG is 16.08 what does mean?
My torch panel test states Rubella IgG is 15.40 IU/lm and Cytomegalovirus IgG is 132U/ml ? Will there be complication in the pregnancy
My VCA IgG is 1:640, EBV IgG is 1:160, and cytomegalovirus IgG is 4.32, can this cause horrible fatigue, body pains and weight loss?
Need IGM values: The IGG levels mean nothing by themselves. You need to know if the IGM is positive. It is the IGM that indicates active disease. ...Read more
Am 25yrs old n had a miscarriage abt2wks back.I had undergone blood test n had rubella IgG 33.20iu/ml n cytomegalovirus 121u/ml vil it b cured?
Normal labs: We are all, hopefully, immunized against rubella as children. Also, CMV exposure is common as a child or among women who work around children. Immunity is indicated by the presence of igg antibiodies. Your testing indicates that you are immune to rubella and CMV (i am assuming it was igg for cmv). This is a good thing and unrelated to the recent miscarriage. ...Read more
I done a torch test i come to know that toxoplasma igg=1.70, toxoplasma igm=0.08, rubella igg=17.80, rubella igm=0.50, cytomegalovirus igg=250.00, cyt?
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Nothing: The level doesn't matter. You are immune to herpes 6 from previous infection. There are rumors that the levels are higher in people with multiple sclerosis than in controls, but this is research-only and not a helpful test or 'one more thing for you to worry about.' some independent thinkers talk of this in relationship to chronic fatigue syndrome; i doubt a strong link here. ...Read more
Past EBV infection: The presence of igg to the ebv capsule means that your body was exposed at some time in the past to ebv and made antibodies against it. It is at its highest level 2-3 months after the initial infection, and it will always be present. An elevated igm level would be consistent with current/recent infection. ...Read more
Gliadin- celiac: Anti-gliadin antibody is an antibody found in some patients with celiac disease . However, both the igg and IgA to gliadin are not sensitive or specific enough for adults, but used for children under 2 because tissue transglutaminase antibody, IgA levels, and other markers for antibody may be absent. ...Read more
CMIA: Stands for chemoluminescent microparticle immunoassay. This is the way the a specific rubella antibody test is done. This is a typical test done in pregnant women to make sure they are immune to rubella. This particular test result is positive, which means you are immune to rubella, which means the shot you received for rubella worked. This is important because rubella can harm the fetus. ...Read more
Epidemiology of EBV: Studies show that the Epstein Barr Virus is ubiquitous in all human populations. Children acquire the disease and seroconvert in the first few years of life. Studies also show that EBV titers are high in young children and then in persons above 50 years old. IGM antibodies are usually seen in early infection IGG antibodies immunity or memory response. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK47424/ ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When are lyme igg antibodies most present in the body.if I was exposed around 7 months ago would the igg western blot be positive?
IgG: Upon appropriate stimulation, body begins to produce new specific IgG within about 2 weeks. A maximal response can be expected within 4 weeks. Can occur more quickly depending on dose of challenge/infection. ...Read more
Test result: CMV antibody IgG 38, it also states "current vs. prior exposure unclear" why is it unclear? Am i contagious or not? Feel achy and ill
Need IgM test: It's unclear because IgM levels are needed to determine recent vs. prior infection. A negative (CMV) IgM results suggest that the patient is not experiencing a recent infection. Positive CMV IgM results indicate a recent infection (primary, reactivation, or reinfection) Positive CMV IgG indicate past or recent CMV infection. May transmit to susceptible individuals through blood and tissue product ...Read more
What would cause my Lyme antibody screen to be positive (1.20) and 4/10 igg bands reactive? What could this mean What additional testing should I get?
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The result of my SS-A/Ro Antibody, IgG, Serum is 1.6 and it says High. What could this mean? I have many lupus symptoms.
Indeterminate: Anti-SSa/Ro autoantibodies are present in about 0.1-0.5 percent of people. There is an association with lupus but also biliary cirrhosis and Sjögren's syndrome. If you have this and other symptoms if lupus, as u say, it is possible you have lupus. You should consult with the doctor who ordered the blood work to determine for sure the next steps. Good luck! ...Read more
Does everyone have trace amounts of herpes antibodies in their systems? Can childhood chickenpox make an IgG herpes test show trace amounts?
No and yes: Only people who have had a herpetic infection witll have herpes igg. Chickenpox, cmv, mono, cold sores (herpes simplex1) are all herpetic infections. Usually we do igg for the specific infection...It is feasible that chickenpox might produce a weak igg titer...You can ask the lab for more specific information. ...Read more
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