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Hello doc. I had done hsv 1 and 2 igG. Can you pls explain this report whether pos or neg 0.58.

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Hello doc. I had done hsv 1 and 2 igG. Can you pls explai...
We can consider it to be negative.
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Hello doc. I had done hsv 1 and 2 igG. Can you pls explai...
Negative.
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Hello doc. I had done hsv 1 and 2 igG. Can you pls explai...
your report is negative don't worry.
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Hello doc. I had done hsv 1 and 2 igG. Can you pls explai...
HSV IgG antibodies do not show up until slightly later after initial infection. A positive herpes IgG test, means that your body has been infected with the herpes simplex virus. Furthermore, type specific HSV IgG tests can be used to distinguish between HSV-1 and HSV-2. The presence of IgM herpes simplex virus (HSV) antibodies indicates acute infection with either HSV type 1 or 2. The IgG antibody assay detects IgG-class antibodies to type-specific HSV glycoprotein G (gG), and may allow for the differentiation of infection caused by HSV types 1 and 2.
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