All We Need To See Is Your Actual Numeric Results – Ie Hsv1 Igg 5

All we need to see is your actual numeric results - ie hsv1 igg 5 1

Just be honest with your partner – you were tested and aren’t you totally shocked to be hsv2 and go from there. Also if you can get your test results to post here, Terri or I can help you see if you need more testing. all we need are the actual numeric results – ie hsv1 igg 4.4 and hsv2 igg. I know that I was tested about 5 years ago – (the nurse accidentally poked herself after drawing my blood) therefore, I my blood was tested for a lot of stuff. I was actually scared initially that I would be positive simply because my wife tested positive, and we always have unprotected sex whenever we do it. Aside from that though, I need to know- how can we determine how accurate the testing was that was done on my wife several years ago when she was pregnant? I have looked through all the paperwork she has at home, and there is NO clear indication of the type of test performed, nor is there any indication of the numerical results of that test. I can best help if you can get your wife’s blood test results to post here. all i need to see are the numeric results – ie hsv1 igg 4.4 and hsv2 igg 3. Message 5: Different type of herpes outbreak? All we need to see are the actual numeric results – ie hsv1 igg 4.4 and hsv2 igg 2.9 or whatever they a re.

All we need to see is your actual numeric results - ie hsv1 igg 5 2Subject: could i have tested false positive? Archived thread – Read only Previous Topic Next Topic Printer-friendly copy Email this topic to a friend Conferences Support Topic 24533 Reading Topic 24533 23_curious Member since Feb-5-10 2 posts Feb-05-10, 05:18 PM (CST) could i have tested false positive? Member since Feb-5-10 2 posts Feb-05-10, 05:18 PM (CST) could i have tested false positive? Ok. All we need are the actual numeric results – ie hsv1 igg 4.4 and hsv2 igg 3.5 or whatever they are. Your other option is to just get tested again and see what your results are from the newest test. If your provider offers an IgM test, get up and leave because they do not know anything about herpes or testing. 5) A positive IgG also doesn’t tell you where you have the virus. Because all my results for years have been negative and I have an affair just about 1 month ago and now I got a positive test for hsv2 is that possible?. So we consulted an OB recently & she tested me for igm hsv 1 &2. Anyway, my IgG results by EuroImmun ELISA are as follows:. But in our study now, we find no correlation between HSV 1 positivity and false positive HSV 2 tests.

Herpes Overview: Everything you could ever want to know about oral and genital herpes and herpes testing options. Because both strains of the herpes simplex virus often result in no symptoms at all, those infected do not always know they have it and unwittingly transmit it to their partner(s). Just found out I have genital herpes HSV-1, please help answer my questions. A positive result indicates a current or past CMV infection. We have so much work to be done.

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The results of the tests came back and I had an appointment with my doctor earlier today. Both HSV1 and HSV2 cause cold sores, so it’s possible you’ve had HSV2 all along and have inadvertently spread it from one location to another. Scary world we live in. I’m actually all ready to see someone else about my illness, because whilst she’s a lovely lady she’s not exactly been helpful, but I wasn’t really keen on going to someone on the first consultation with lady problems. Assuming you were tested with the IgG test, you need to ask for your index value. Home This is where you can find all the blog posts throughout the site. If your partner is infected, take steps to lower your threat of getting herpes from your partner. These infections are often asymptomatic, but ocular HSV-1 infections cause multiple pathologies with perhaps the most destructive being Herpes Stromal Keratitis (HSK). Results We found seven systematic reviews, RCTs, or observational studies that met our inclusion criteria. K., Parsons, S. M., McCurdy, C. R., Salehi, A., Gambhir, S. S., Chin, F. T. 2015; 5. Revise your schedule regularly on the basis of your actual progress. Neither you nor your school or future residency will ever see your actual numerical score.

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