What does it mean -toxoplasma IgG result 2 iu/ml?

Exposure. Basically, this your body's memory protein and tells us that, at some point, you've been exposed to the agent (e.g. Virus, substance, etc...). You should check with your doctor/lab about the significance of specific values.

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I'm pregnant 4 weeks. My blood test toxoplasma igg+ >2000iu/ml (reference range<1.6), IgM weakly positive>0.6. Is it safe for my baby? Help me.!

IgG means old infxn. Igg is a measure of prior infection - so the elevated igg levels are to be expected. As long as the igm is negative (which indicates current/active infection), you have cleared the infection from 2 months ago. Your igg levels will always be elevated going forward. Make sure you ask your physician to clarify the labs - they know you the best. Read more...

"i'm pregnant 4 weeks. Before pregnant blood test toxoplasma igg+ >2000iu/ml (reference range<1.6), IgM weakly positive>0.6. Is it safe for my baby?

Likely protected. In acute infection, igm is initially elevated alone, and then igg is positive within a couple of weeks. Igg remains positive for your lifetime, but igm can persist for months to years. I would say that this new pregnancy is protected, but given the outcome of your prior pregnancy, you must discuss this in consult with a high-risk OB to confirm what I am saying! 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?

Quite high numbers.. But the igg antibodies for these infections shows you've been infected in the past but doesn't tell us when. Igm antibody + suggests active or quite recent infection. Read more...

Toxoplasma IgG found 92.20, what does it mean?

Toxoplasma. This means you were previously infected with the protozoan Toxoplasma gondii. Approximately 23% of Non immunocompromised people are carriers of the parasite and are otherwise healthy. If IgG is elevated and IgM is not elevated the infection likely occurred more than 3 -6 months ago. As long as your immune system is normal you should not develop any symptoms of infection. . Read more...

Toxoplasma IgG and IgM test results; what should they be if I am immune?

No true immunity. When one meets the toxoplasmosis organism (mild flu-like or no illness), IgM usually appears and may stay around for as long as 18 months. Igg will also appear and usually stay for life, suggesting you overcame the creatures. However, they may still be alive and dormant, to re-emerge should you become immunocompromised. Read more...

Is my toxoplasma IgG antibodies result (0.10 negative), the reason I had an early miscarriage and a missed miscarriage this year? My obgyn says yes.

No. Your antibodies are negative - normal and cannot explain your adverse pregnancy outcomes. I am sorry for your losses and would recommend you take Folic Acid 1-5 mg daily from now on to prevent recurrent miscarriages. Seek a second opinion by another obstetrician/gynecologist, if you like and best of luck! Read more...