My rubella is 3 IU/mL non-reactive and I am six-weeks pregnant. Do I have rubella infection? Are there any chances of any birth defects?
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Rubella is a serious infection to affect pregnancy.
Your blood report only states that you had a rubella infection only some time in life. It does not seem to be an active infection. You get it only once.
So all you need to know is that that was an infection that happened long back and will not be present in the body now to affect the baby.
So you do not stand a chance of rubella-induced malformations.
For your information, rubella is like a common cold. You could have had it any day before pregnancy.
For more information consult an obstetrician and gynaecologist online --> https://www.icliniq.com/ask-a-doctor-online/obstetrician-and-gynaecologist
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