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Rubella Virus - IgG

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Blood
This test is for
Male, Female
Test Preparation
  1. No special preparation required

Overview


What is Rubella Virus - IgG?

The IgG Rubella test is ordered if you are pregnant and have signs or symptoms which may indicate rubella infection like fever, rashes, inflamed eyes, aching joints etc. It may be ordered when a new born is born with birth defects such as hearing loss, heart defects or cataracts.

Why is Rubella Virus - IgG done?

  1. If you are pregnant or planning to get pregnant 
  2. When a pregnant women has signs and symptoms suggestive of rubella infection like mild fever, rash on the face and body, stuffy nose, red eyes, aching joints, swollen lymph nodes
  3. It is ordered in a newborn when mother was diagnosed with rubella infection during pregnancy 

Interpreting Rubella Virus - IgG results


Interpretations

  • Positive Rubella IgG in adults usually indicates prior infection or vaccination with the virus 
  • Positive IgG in a newborn usually signifies that mother has passed the antibodies to baby during pregnancy  
  • Negative Rubella IgG along with IgM means no current or prior infection with the virus

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