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Herpes Simplex I Ii Ig G And Igm
See below: Herpes simplex is a common virus found in humans. There are two main types, referred to as type i and type ii. Igg stands for immunoglobulin g...It is an antibody found in the human body. Igm is immunoglobulin m...Another antibody. It shows up early on in an infection and is used to differentiate certain types of infections. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Which taip of herpes 1 or 2?
SERUM HERPES(Simplex 1) IgM)
NEGATIVE = <1.0
SERUM HERPES(Simplex1 1 igG POSITIVE 24.26
Herpes simplex serum test please interpret type 1nd2 igm: 9.9u/ml type1nd2 igg: 5.2u/ml (am i positive or negative ) thanks?
Positive: Usually above .9 is positive. Your doctor can confirm the range for you based on lab used. ...Read more
What does this mean? Hsv 1 Igg, Type Spec: <0.91 INDEX Herpes Simplex Virus I/ii Igm Hsv, Igm I/ii Comb
Acute vs. chronic: Igm antibodies appear after recent infection and then disappear. Igg antibodies come later and persist, indicating chronic or past infection. In the case of herpes, the IgM is not widely used, because acute herpes is typically diagnosed based on clinical appearance or culture results. A positive igg indicates the presence of herpes, which is a chronic recurring infection. ...Read more
I am 28 year old female ... m married and miscarriage because of rubella IgG ... and now reports showed that m having herpes simplex type 2 IgM 2.50?
What's the question?: The presence of rubella IgG means that you were protected against rubella and thus it was not the cause for your miscarriage. Assuming the HSV2 is positive, you will need to talk to your OB doctor regarding this issue even though I am not aware that this is causing miscarriage. I still don't understand your question however. ...Read more
I got lab results it mentioned herpes simplex virus 1igg 13.7 , IgM 16.9 and 2 IgG >200, IgM 12.0 all in u/ml , the CRP 1.6 , RBC 5.52 m/ul , MCV 75.4?
There are different types of herpes infections; herpes simplex infection of mouth (gingivostomatitis) and lips (labialis) are the most common. Others include genital herpes, and herpes zoster. Herpes infection could very mild to very dangerous depending on the type and location of the body affected. I ...Read more