What Is The Meaning Of Chlamydia Igm Antibodies
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Johns Hopkins University, School of MedicineIn general, IgM antibodies indicate acute or recent infection. The appearearly during the course of the infection and then disappear. IgG antibodiesappear later and last longer, so they indicate past infection. In the caseof CMV, most people have... Read more »
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Chlamydia trachomatis Testing in the Second British National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles: Respondent Uptake and Treatment OutcomesAccording to the current study, noninvasive molecular tests for bacterial STIs provide new opportunities for testing in nonclinical settings. The authors' objective was to "examine patient treatment preferences and partner notification outcomes... Read more »
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Posted by chrono5, 1 ReplyI've just been treated for rectal chlamydia, but I have a partner who we both have never had anal sex with, but he has given me oral sex. I haven't told him just yet because I found out today and I'm waiting until he is back, but I was wondering... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyPRESENCE OF ANTIBODIES MEANS IMMUNITY
Usually, if you test positive for antibodies that means that your immune system has effectively fought off a pathogen and you now have immunity. But with the HIV test, the logic is reversed. Instead of meaning... Read more »
Posted by chris8178, 2 RepliesCould you tell me is it possilble to have hiv with out having antibodies produced post 6 months?
I had unprotected anal sex about 7 months ago and been having some major health (oral) issues.
I have seen a lot of doctors; 3 ents; 2 general docs; 1... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 Repliescan any1 out there help me with this question, i have been with my boyfriend for 3 years and as far as I am aware neither of us has had any other partner in that time. about 3 months ago he got tested and he showed up positive with chlamydia so a... Read more »
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