Planning for pregnancy

Question: Hi Mam good afternoon I want to know whether iGg antibodies will effect my pregnancy as I had two blighted ovams in a row Mam I am very much scared as loss 2 pregnancy what shall I do for a healthy pregnancy? These are as per my report -- Rubellavirus IGg antibody -3.05 Cytomegalovirus IGg antibody - 2.55 Herpes Simplex virus 1 IGg - 2.77 And rest IGm is negative

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Answer: Hi dear! So as long as igm is negative you dont have to worry dear as igg will come positive and igg is indicative of any past infection and if you have vaccinated before also igm if gets positive means that the you are having the infection. So in your case it's negative so you don't have to worry. There is no specific cause for blighted ovum to occur. So you will just have to keep on trying and wait for the results dear. Take care
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    Rhea Singh119 days ago

    Thank you so much Mam u relieved my stress

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