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Antibodies to the G class of virus Herpes simplex 1 and 2 types (HSV, HSV), evidence of prior or current infection with herpes simplex virus 1 or 2 types.

Antibodies Class G produced during chronic infection with herpes simplex virus type first or second.

Features of infection. Genital herpes are two different, but related forms of Herpes simplex virus (herpes simplex), known as herpes simplex type 1 (HSV- 1), he often calls the "fever" on the lips – Herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV- 2). The most common cause of genital lesions is the second type of. But the disease lips, caused by virus type I, can gradually move to other mucosal, including, and on the genitals. Infection can occur through direct contact with infected genitals during sexual intercourse, friction genitals against each other, for oral-genital contact, anal intercourse or oral-anal contact. And even from a sick sexual partner, whose outward signs of the disease are not yet available.

The common property of these viruses is a constant presence in the human body, the timing infitsirovaniya. The virus may be in a "sleep" or active state and leaves the body even under the influence of drugs. The manifest any manifestation of herpes infections indicates a decline in immunity.

Herpes simplex Herpes (Herpes simplex) the first type is extremely common. Primary infection occurs, generally, in the preschool years. In the future, the probability of infection falls sharply. A typical manifestation of infection – "Cold" on the lips. However, oral genital contact may result in. The internal organs are affected only at a much lower immunity.

To Genital Herpes characterized by the appearance on the genitals of clusters of small painful blisters. Soon they burst, leaving small sores. In men, the bubbles are formed usually on the penis, sometimes in the urethra and rectum. Women – usually on the labia, at least in the cervix or in the anal region. Through 1 – 3 disease of the week as it passes. However, the virus enters the nerve fibers and persists, having hidden in the sacral region of the spinal cord. Many people with genital herpes gives a recurrence of the disease. They occur with varying frequency – from once a month to once every few years. They provoke other diseases, trouble, and even to overheating in the sun.

Genital herpes simplex virus Herpes simplex 2 type affects, predominantly, epithelial tissue (epithelium) cervical cancer in women and penile male, causing pain, itch, the emergence of transparent bubbles (vesicle) which are formed in situ erosion / ulcers. However, oral contacts may result in epithelial tissue of lips and mouth.

In pregnant women the virus can cross the placenta to the fetus and cause birth defects in his. Herpes can also cause miscarriage or premature birth. But the most likely risk of infection of the fetus during labor, when passing through the cervix and vagina with primary or recurrent genital infection in the mother. Such contamination on 50% increases neonatal mortality or the development of their severe brain damage or eye. In this case, a risk of fetal infection exists even in cases, when the mother at the time of delivery, there are no symptoms of genital herpes. A child can become infected after birth, if the mother or father has a lesion, mouth, or get a virus in breast milk.

Herpes simplex virus type II, apparently, associated with cervical cancer and cancer of the vagina and increases susceptibility to HIV infection, causing AIDS! In response to the introduction of HSV in the body begins production of specific immunoglobulin m (IgM). In the blood can be determined on 4 – 6 the day after infection. They reach a maximum value at 15 – 20 day. With 10 – 14 the day begins production of specific IgG, a little later – IgA

IgA and IgM are stored in the human body for long (1 – 2 Months), IgG – for life (seropozitivnosty). Diagnostic value during primary infection with the herpes virus is the identification of IgM and / or a fourfold increase in titers of specific immunoglobulin G (IgG) in paired sera from, obtained from the patient at intervals of 10 – 12 days. Recurrent herpes usually occurs on the background of high levels of IgG, testifying to the constant antigenic stimulation of the body. The appearance of IgM in these patients is a sign of acute illness.

It's important! HSV-infection is a group TORCH-infection (the name is formed by the initial letters in the Latin names – Toxoplasma, Rubella, Cytomegalovirus, Herpes), considered potentially harmful to a child's development. Ideally, you should consult your doctor and undergo laboratory examination on TORCH-infections woman need for 2 – 3 months before the planned pregnancy, Since in this case will be able to take appropriate remedial or preventive measures, as well as if necessary in the future to compare research results before pregnancy to results of surveys during pregnancy.


  • Preparing for pregnancy (recommended for both partners).
  • Signs of intrauterine infection, Feto-placental insufficiency.
  • HIV infection.
  • Immunodefitsitnye condition.
  • Differential diagnosis of urogenital infections.
  • Bubble gerpetiformnye precipitation.

The Result

Reference Range:

  • 0 – 0,9 -negative;
  • > 1,1 -positively;
  • 0,9 – 1,1 -doubtful, It is recommended that you repeat in 10 – 14 days.

Increased levels of:

  1. chronic infection. Increase in antibody titer greater than 30% in repeated studies demonstrated activation of infection, decrease in antibody titer corresponds to the positive dynamics;
  2. intrauterine infection is possible, with its probability is not known (If the study was done during pregnancy) or is not high (If the research prior to pregnancy to identify the presence of anti-HSV-IgG) .

Within the reference values:

  1. absence of chronic infection with herpes virus first and/or second type;
  2. acute infection cannot be excluded, but it is improbable;
  3. in the case of, When an acute infection not detected, intrauterine infection by the herpes simplex virus is excluded.
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