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).
Yes. Yes it is.Should be no serious consequences.

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