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Question: I am rublla +ve. Can I conceive

 shi_81 - Wed Oct 28, 2009 4:31 am

I am 28 yr old. In april'09 my 10 weeks pregnancy was terminated as I was rubella +ve. I was vaccinated(RVAC) against rubella on 30/may/09. On 22/10/09, I was tested for TORCH and again I am rubella +ve. I was also vaccinated against measles when I was 1 yr old. My test report is as follows :

Toxoplasma IgM Antibody 1.140 Index (< 0.800)
Toxoplasma IgG Antibody 0.020 IU/mL (< 6.000)
Rubella IgM Antibody 2.150 Index (< 0.800)
Rubella IgG Antibody 35.00 IU/mL (< 7.00)

other two are within the range.

Please tell me why I am rublla +ve inspite of taking vaccine. Can I can conceive now without any problem. whats the treatment for rublla and toxoplasma.
 shi_81 - Tue Nov 24, 2009 3:41 am

Ms. Debbie Miller please reply to my question. I am very confuse.


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