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greenwood

At 15 weeks should I show numerical values for IGG

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greenwood

At 15 weeks exposure, (actually 15 weeks 2 days) should I show IGG values. Mine have no numerical values, but my IGM is 1.11. At 3 weeks post exposure it was .91 (indeterminate).

Any help here? I am still freaking out....The 3rd DR I went to said I was most likely exposed in the last three months, but it has been 4. I feel by now I should show IGG values if I had it.

HELP!!

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WarriorKing

It often will show in the first few months. But for some people it takes longer. But of course if you don't really carry the herpes virus it will never show.

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