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Rubella Ig G 400 In Pregnancy
My rubella IgM >400 and IgG negative 0.13. But I didn't have any symptom. Is it a problem to get vaccinated again since im planning pregnancy.
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Depends: The rubella blood test is checking to see if you are immune to the rubella virus. Rubella, also known as german measles, can cause problems for the baby if the mom gets it while pregnant. If igg is positive then she is immune and she doesn't need to worry about german measles. If negative she needs to avoid sick people with rash, and get immunized after delivery. ...Read more
No: That titer is consistent with old infection, not active infection. There is no issue. ...Read more
In 14th week of pregnancy rubella IgG antibodies is 52.10. Is normal or needs some attention? My baby is affected or not?
Rubella IGG: This is good news. It means that you had rubella, aka german measles, in the past and are now immune to it and so cannot fall sick with it during your pregnancy. This is important since getting rubella while pregnant is dangerous for the growing baby. Best wishes for a very healthy baby. ...Read more
I have pregnancy of 19 weeks, my rubella test doen and result shows igg is 0.7 and igm is 0.73.can I know this is normal?
Vaccine update: There is some variation from lab to lab so you should confirm with your doctor. It appears to me that your results show you are non immune to Rubella and that your MMR vaccine is out of date. After you have the baby your doctor will want you to get another MMR vaccine booster so that you will be protected. ...Read more
My rubella Igg came out positive and im 19weeks pregnant. Is this mean that I had measles in my first 3weeks of pregnancy? My igm is non reactive.
Unlikely: The IgM will eventually drop off a month or two after primary infection so absence at 19 weeks doesn't tell you much about early pregnancy. Unless you were ill with rubella during that period I would not expect it. This pair of tests are often done in pregnancy and your results is what they expect from someone who received the vaccine as a kid or had the disease before pregnancy. ...Read more
Rubella igG and igM b test results show 0.13 OD ratio for igG and 0.25 OD ratio for igM. Can I plan for pregnancy? Should I get vaccinated before?
Need vaccination: These results appear to be negative, indicating you are not immune to rubella. The OD ratio is one of the less common ways of measuring IgG and IgM. The usual report is in IU/mL (international units per milliliter). Please review with your doctor or local health department. I believe they will advise getting vaccinated before attempting pregnancy. Good luck! ...Read more
My rubella igm>400, IgG negative (0.13) is vaccination ok under these circumstances? . I'm planning for pregnancy.
Rubella: The presence of igm class antibodies indicates congenital or recent infection. If you have any signs of infection get in to see the doctor immediately. I would wait 6 weeks and repeat titers to make sure the igm is trending down and the igg is trending up (proving immunity). ...Read more
My ELISA anti rubella IgG negative (0.13 ul/ml) and ELISA anti rubella IgM positive (>400). Is it safe to pregnancy.?
6 weeks pregnancy with crl 4mm no cardiac activity detected and rubella IgG above 200 iu/ml. What would happen?
If my rubella IgG and CMV IgG tests are positive should I consider for pregnancy, as I had earlier miscarriages.?
Yes: A positive rubella test could show a recent or long past infection. If recent, it might have been the issue with a miscarriage, if long past, something else was likely the cause. If yours is now + you won't need to worry about rubella or CMV for future pregnancies. As long as your system has recovered you can be successful. ...Read more
I am 12 weeks having twin pregnancy, having test of rubella Igg, result is 112.1. what does it mean? Is it a normal value? Or should I worried
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
I have pregnancy of 9 weeks, TORCH test, results are as under for Rubella, IgG - 9.6 (borderline) IgM-3.98 (reactive) Is it safe to continue pregnancy
Talk to your OB: You need to talk to your OB. You should have Followup titers to see if this is an active infection. A Maternal Fetal specialist could help explain what's going on and the risks. ...Read more
MY torch panel test is positive with rubella IgG 15.40 Iu/Ml nd Cmv IgG is 132 U/ml. Will there is complication in pregnancy and will the child be safe?
Please help if I can go ahead with my pregnancy rubella antibody IgM 1.33 equivocal rubella avidity IgG 71.90% high rubella antibody IgG 34.4 reactive?
Rubella: Rubella, also known as the german measles, is an infection in which there is a rash on the skin. You are immunized against rubella with the positive igg. The igm should be repeated and you can ask for a nasal or throat swab sent for culture. Ask your ob! Did you/do you have a rash or symptoms? ...Read more
I'm 12w pregnant now & my recent rubella result: igg +ve 27 igm equivocal 1.15 I never had any rash / fever during my pregnancy. Is my baby safe?
Probably: Early in pregnancy babies will generally miscarry or be fine. Not all babies will have congenital rubella and the fact you didn't get sick and have good igg if a good sign; the igm is likely a "red herring", it isn't part of the usual screening anyway, just the igg; good luck, it should be fine. ...Read more
I have pcos, rubella IgG +ve, amh3.93, partner discharged inside on 13th day, m I getting pregnant? Did rubella affect to pregnancy/infant?
My Rubella antibody IGG result is 129 IU/ml and Rubella Antibody IGM result is 0.62 COI. Is it safe to continue the pregnancy? I am 5 weeks pregnant.
Discuss your MD: This question really isn't appropriate for HealthTap. I'd address your concerns with your OB. ...Read more
This is my first pregnancy. Found rubella igg-55 iu/ml and igm-10 and ESR -27 mm/hr and pcv - 34.50%, mch-25.70 pg, mcv-75.80 fl, rdw-16.80%.?
What do you advise if I'm married 3 years ago but I have no pregnency bcoz I have rubella IgG 4.83, cytomegalo virus IgG 4.64?
Need to know IgM:
A + CMV IgG antibody means past infection with CMV and that you now have antibodies to the virus. A negative CMV IgM antibody titer indicates you do not have an active CMV infection. At this point if you should get pregnant, you are at minimal risk for having a child born with congenital CMV infection. Follow CMV IgM titer for reactivation.
+ IgG for Rbuella = immune. No risk of reactivation ...Read more
31 yrs old Primi 6 wks gestation with no significant PMH. Rubella IgG 359 & IgM - Reactive (1.97) before 10 days/IgG 347 & IgM - Reactive (1.91) today
It could be a false-:
Positive IgM since you had no symptoms of Rubella & your IgG titer did not increase. Do ask your OB-GYN. You can also ask an infectious disease specialist if it's worth getting a 3rd set of titers in a week or so. A culture for Rubella has to be sent to a specialty lab or the CDC & is very expensive.
Look at your immunization records to see if you had both an initial & booster MMR vaccine. ...Read more
Knowledge: The presence of Igg antibodies at a protective level means the person has had rubella or the vaccine and is not at risk of getting it. This is quite important during pregnancy when a rubella infection in a pregnant woman could abort the baby, or make it deaf/ mute/blind and injure babies other organs. ...Read more
I'd think not: Having high igg to both these germs is quite desirable. It means you have been infected or vaccinated in the past & have protection circulating in your blood. A woman becoming pregnant would never want to have either infection during pregnancy as they could produce a variety of birth injuries or defects in the baby. High levels are good. ...Read more
Yes: Igm indicates a recent infection whereas IgG indicates past infection or immunity. When both are positive that means the infection is recent so there is some risk of intrauterine infection and the pregnancy should be monitored closely. It is important to make sure your MMR vaccine booster is up to date before pregnancy to avoid this situation. ...Read more