I'm 9 weeks pregnant and last week I had my blood tests done. Today I just received in e-mail the results and the one for Rubella is positive. I called the doctor's office but is nobody there to help me with an answer until tomorrow....
My question is....Is there any chance to be a false positive?
I'm a little confused and very worried in the same time......What are the next steps?
Where should I go from here?
And I have another question...I also have a 10 months old daughter......During the time I was pregnant with her everything was fine...So I assume I was immune to Rubella....So how is possible to be tested positive now? If I wasn't immune how come I wasn't give a vaccine to be protected in the future pregnancy right away after I gave birth to my daughter?
Can someone help me with an answer please?
Do you mean the test says you have rubella right now, or that there was a titer run that says you have been previously exposed to rubella? If it is the latter (i.e., you got rubella sometime in your life) you are immune to rubella now.
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