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Donor Cmv Total Ab W Reflex
My fertility doctor required my egg donor to get a CMV test. The results came back "reactive" to IGG (nonreactive to IGM). Can we still use her eggs for IVF?
Yes, if her CMV IgG : titer is stable over time. A + test for CMV IgG shows she was infected with CMV at some time during her life, but doesn't tell you when. If antibody tests of paired serum samples show a 4 x increase in CMV IgG antibody & CMV IgM antibody is present or CMV virus is cultured from her urine or throat, then she has an active infection. Your CMV IgG may show you're protected. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If I am doing IVF with icsi (a single sperm cell injected into an egg), would i then have to worry about the sperm donors CMV status if I am CMV neg?
Hi, what does CMV ab(igg) 122.8 au/ml - notes - negative 1:32=titre not diagnosic mean?! My gp wants to retest and not sure why! Thanks!
Series of tests: the CMV titers usually have to be repeated to look at the increase or decrease to tell if you have an active infection or have just been exposed in the past. ...Read more
Public employee; lots of contact w/mothers/kids/elderly. Prior10 yrs of parvovirus b-19. Tested w/acute CMV @ highly contagious stage. No sick leave. No $$. Morally conflict re: returning to work.
Public librarian & work w/moms/kids/elderly. Just diagnosed w/acute CMV @ highly contagious stage, very mono-like. I have no sick leave. No extra $$. What risk for public if i return to work now?
See below: You should not be around people especially pregnant women at this infectious stage. A pregnant woman who acquires CMV can have devastating effects to the pregnancy. If you can not take sick leave see if you can do another job at the library where you are not exposed to the public. Your supervisor really should understand. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
1.1 CM bilat persistent neck lymph node in healthy child w/ CMV igg186 ua; IgM neg. Us=reactive, cbc/hsr normal. 4weeks, no increasing. Need follow up?
Always good : To have an enlarged lymph node followed up. Depends on other circumstances, signs and symptoms associated with it, your physician will want to see you sooner or monitor you once a year or have you come in sooner if condition has changed.Sounds more like reactive lymphadenopathy due to past infections- viral , strep throat, skin infections etc it may take time to resolve. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Six yo w/ palpable bilat posterior cervical nodes (biggest 1.1 cm-us w/ benign features). Cbc normal; CMV IgG 186, IgM neg. Uri in july. Is it normal?
Monitoring Centers: Lymphatic system absorbs/carries things too big to go into the arteries/veins like bacteria eaten by white cells/digested food. Lymph nodes "taste" the lymph everywhere for bad stuff like bacteria/viruses/cancers, etc. When it detects a problem, it alerts the immune system and your body reacts. They enlarge in response to the inflammation they create when they react. They shrink when all is well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
6 yo w/ seborrheic dermatitis, eczema, CMV igg+, URI july/mid aug, dental treat. In sept. Palpable nodes bilateral up to 1.7cm. Us=reactive. Normal?
Ebv,cmv IgG positive; HIV negative, continious fever general swollen lymphnodes, oral thrush, rash; frm 6 mon, symptom strted after sex w girl, hep?
Get a New Doctor: You are not providing any evidence that you have had any correct testing or evaluation of your problem. Your problem will NEVER be solved on the internet. You need a thorough blood testing and examination. And you have been repeatedly advised that this has to be done with an Infectious Disease Expert. Not sure why you brought us the same retread question as before. ...Read more
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