Blood test result on chlamydia trachomatis IgG is 0.9 (grey zone 0.85-1.1). What is additional test to find out whether I have chlamydia on n?

NAAT. I can't think of any reason to order a chlamydia igg. What you need to know whether you have chlamydia is a chlamydia naat, taken from urine, a cervical swab, throat swab, or rectal swab, depending on where your symptoms are.

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Blood test result on infections:cmv IgG result: 2.9 grey zone: (0.85-1.05eu).Chl. Trachomatis IgG result: 0.9 grey zone: (0.85-1.1eu).Please interpret?

Lab data. These numbers mean absolutely nothing absent knowledge of your clinical history and exam and learning why these tests were ordered. In general igg levels of this nature for any infectious agent simply suggests that you may have had this in the past, but because of other factors this can also be falsely positive. Read more...

My friend test std, results. Chlamydia trachomatis positive, abnormal andnon reactive negative. Hsv 2 igG. 2.69. HSV 1 igG. 37.90. the me?

Chlamydia. If your friend has chlamydia and is also your sexual partner, then I would suggest you be tested or treated for possible chlamydia infection, too. It sounds like your friend has positive antibodies to HSV 1 and 2, though depends on the normal range of that lab. This indicates a past exposure to these viruses. Even without symptoms it is possible to shed and transmit virus. Read more...
What's the question? You don't ask a question -- I'm not sure what information you're looking for. These HSV test results are positive for both HSV1 and HSV2. However, when the HSV1 IgG antibody test is very strongly positive and the HSV2 result is much lower, as in your friend, the HSV2 result sometimes is false. Additional testing, preferably with a Western blot test, can sort it out. Read more...

I had blood test for Chlamydia. Result says IgG Ab >/= 1:16 and IgM Ab < 1:16. Does it mean that I had it in the past but not currently?

Maybe past infection. The chlamydia blood tests are pretty much useless. This only indicates you have had infection sometime in your life with chlamydia, or with related non-STD bacteria. (For example, Chlamydophila pneumoniae causes bronchitis etc, is very common, and also give pos result on the blood test.) It's a useless test to diagnose current infection. If at risk, you need a vaginal swab or urine test. Read more...

Chlamydia trachomatis igg and igm both negative. Should I do any other test or I'm safe!?? Thank you

Depends. How long after the potential exposure were the tests done? If you tested too soon, it may not be meaningful. if you wish to get a definitive diagnosis, you should get a nucleic acid test for chlamydia. Get tested for gonorrhea at the same time. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. Read more...

Hello doctor, assume, a man has lgv and test only c.Trachomatis IgG or c.Trachomatis pcr, should result come positive for chlamydia?

Rough disease. The diagnosis of lymphogranuloma venereum is primarily clinical. If my labs were equivocal or even nonsupportive but i was concerned that i had it, i would undergo the full, long course of treatment. I'd be interested in hearing from the infectious disease folks as well. Read more...
LGV diagnosis. If you have sex only with women, don't worry about LGV. In the entire US, there have been only a handful of cases in women and straight men in the past 20 years. If you have sex with men, especially if your rectum has been exposed, the risk is higher. The blood test (IgG) is no longer recommended; the main test is PCR on swab from exposed site, e.g. rectum. If that's negative, you don't have it. Read more...