Rubella igg. Results postive. Pregnant. Should. Icocerned

Rubella IgG. This means that you have been vaccinated for this infection. And, you are fully immune to it. There is nothing to worry about in regards to being pregnant.

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8 weeks pregnant. Was does a rubella result of 33.6 IgG mean?

Pregnant. Igg tells you that you have immunity to rubella. Igm would mean an acuter infection. Read more...
Viral Immunity. I am a bit surprised by your questions. This seems like a simple and obvious piece of information. It means you are immune to rubella. You either were exposed to this or, like most of us in the U.S. You got your MMR vaccine at some point in the past. Read more...

I'm pregnant with 4 weeks my husband caught rubella. So I did my rubella tests my IgG is 18.2 (+) and IgM is 0.96 so is that result safe for my baby?

Yes. In general, a + rubella igg means you are immune and the baby is safe. That said, your husband should be extremely careful about maintaining goo hand hygiene and avoiding unnecessary contact until his infection is resolved. Read more...

What should be the result of rubella IgG test during 9 weeks pregnancy?

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...

RUBELLA IgG ANTIBODIES count is 1.96 and I am 8 weeks pregnant now. What is this result means? Please assist me.

Rubella non-immune. It means that you are not immune to rubella and can get sick if you are exposed to a sick person. It is very unlikely as active rubella is a rare case today, but you still need to be careful. You can get vaccinated after delivery as it is a live vaccine and cannot be given during pregnancy. Ask your doctor what will be the best way for you. Most hospitals offer it prior to discharge from L&D. 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 It appears to me that your results show you are non immune to Rubella and that your MMR vaccine is out of date.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...

Pregnant 13 weeks, IgG and IgM rubella come out positive, IgG 101 (+), IgM 1.3 (+), retest after 3 weeks, result the same, is it safe to continue?

Rubella. The presence of igm antibodies suggests, but does not prove, that you have had infection in the "recent" past, but the absence of a rising titer in 3 wks also suggests that the infection was not immediately prior to the first testing. Whether or not you choose to continue your pregnancy is a personal decision, but doubt that these values necessarily predict a negative outcome. Good luck. Read more...
Yes. It appears that if the igg titer is considered positive, you have protective level against rubella. The stable igm titers showed that you don't have an active infection. Read more...