Assuredly, that child should have received additional medical attention.The physician might have followed up additionally when she was diagnosed with the herpes. section of this site and provide foods high in lysine and low in arginine. Immunoglobulins (Ig or IG) function within the bloodstream (there are at least three immune types, sometimes more).This is the 1st pass to try to curtail an infection.In other words the earliest protective antibodies (Ig G) are acting quickly against the infection.Later, the Ig G response will decline, and then another Ig immunoglobulin calls Ig M or type M, and this later response by the body protects the host for the later and higher levels of the antibodies type M. Your results suggest that neither HSV1 and HSV2 no longer give this level of immunity from you.Please offer any advice that may help as my daughter is in pain and hardly eating, and I am worried about her health now and in the future.
However, such infections can be detected by serologic means, even though they are asymptomatic.
The earliest protective antibody proteins (globulins) tend to respond with a specific type of immunoglobulin named type G.
Hence, the first protective immunity tends to respond by the Ig G.
Hi I have been tested of HSV1 and 2 and the results are IGG type 1 Negative and IGG type 2 Negative. When an infectious microbe gets into the body, the host's antibodies (or immunoglobulins) go to work to protect the host.
Immunoglobulins provide the protective proteins called antibodies.
However, you have Ig M antibodies against both viruses.