Is this the winning bid? I don't know how to explain the suspicious situation, so ask the doctor, how to explain this
Hello, look at the picture. Herpes simplex virus IgG is positive, indicating that it has been infected with herpes simplex virus in the past and has formed antibodies, indicating that there is no virus infection at present, so don't worry too much. It's normal. At present, there are no symptoms and no special treatment is required.
According to your data, there is an increase, which is generally possible. If there is an infection, it needs to be observed regularly. If necessary, relevant examination and treatment should be carried out under the guidance of a doctor. Generally, sex life is not allowed. Generally, there will be a certain degree of infectivity. Generally, regular observation is required.
There is nothing abnormal in the results of this examination. Don't be too nervous. The positive IgG antibody of herpes simplex virus indicates that you have been infected with this virus before, but you have been cured, and there are antibodies in your body. This will not have any impact on pregnancy.