There are no physical symptoms. The test is shown in the figure. I want to ask: 1 What does this result mean? Does it mean that there is any disease in the body? 2. What symptoms will this type I and type II virus cause? What physical conditions need to be paid attention to?
The report shows that the IgG of herpes simplex type I antibody is positive. This situation indicates that there has been infection before, and now the antibody has been produced. There are no clinical symptoms and there is no need for medical treatment. After virus infection, there may be fatigue, headache, skin invasion, rash and other symptoms
Herpes simplex type 1 antibody IgG positive indicates that you have been infected with herpes virus. IgM negative indicates that you have not been infected with this virus recently. You need regular physical examination. If you have relevant symptoms, you can use some antiviral drugs. You also need to pay attention to personal hygiene and do not have high-risk behaviors with others.
This situation is not a big problem. IgG antibody positive indicates that you have been infected with this virus before, not now. As for when you were infected before, sometimes you have strong resistance, and you may not know it, but in this case, you do not need treatment.