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toxoplasmosis

Are the following results interpretation considered active Toxoplasmosis?

Toxoplasmosis Latex Agglut    Reactive
Toxoplasmois IgG EAI             strongly reactive >= 240IU/ml
Toxoplasmosis IgM IFA            NonReactive<1:40
I have been unwell for many years....low eGfr....seizure actitivy (diagnosed in several EEG)...abdominal problems, muscle and bone pain, hemorr. cystitis,confustion, strep B in urine, leukocytes in urine, liver cysts, kidney cysts,
What are the complication of Toxoplasmosis for someone with low white blood cell count and frequent infections.
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Hi Friend,
Complications are bad, specially if the white blood cells WBC) counts are poor.
Have you done your ELISA and western blot tests?
Please let me know the results of these 2 tests.
Did you had unprotected sex?

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