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    ACLA test in on-going pregnancy
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    deepak5142 posted:
    Hi,
    I'm from india & posting on-behalf of my wife.
    Little history --- 3 m/c at 5, 6 & 8 month respectively.
    3rd m/c (2008): ACLA IgM positive (+45) diagonsed at 5th month. Clexane induced but stillbirth.
    2013:
    PTT normal.
    ACLA IgG/IgM test results normal in Jun'13 & Sep'13 (tested twice), then conceived.
    LMP - 20-Oct-13
    Started ecoaspirin 75mg since conception with folic acid.
    Following up with 2 doctors -- Local clinic & major hospital.
    Tests done so far.. TSH (1.56), GTT -- Normal (below 100)
    Now, on 2nd visit (@ 12weeks), the ob/gyn (hospital) is asking to get the ACLA test done again to see the results.
    My questions:
    1) As per local Ob/Gyn, if we do ANTIBODIES test during pregnancy, then the result are likely to be positive. As it's been done twice before pregnancy & no anamolies seen, everything seems good.
    2) If we do the test again & say, the results are positive, then will it be mis-diagnosis or need another intervention.
    Pl. help & share.
    deepak
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