MMR (IgG) Panel (Measles, Mumps, Rubella)

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MMR (IgG) Panel (Measles, Mumps, Rubella)


Test Description

MMR (IgG) Panel (Measles, Mumps, Rubella)
The MMR Panel Test is performed to check the immunity status of an individual against Mumps, Measles, and Rubella virus. Whenever we get infected by the virus or we get a vaccine in the form of passive immunization, it all results in the production of antibodies, and in short, this test measures the level of antibodies present in our body against these viruses. These tests should be performed to keep a check on the immunity status as if the person gets MMR once in life, one cannot get it again so it's easier to rule out the disease during an outbreak.

Why is the MMR Antibody Test Carried Out
These are contagious diseases that transfer from one person to another. Once they get infected they can cause serious illness and death also reported in many individuals. Most of the time it goes unnoticed in females and can lead to congenital anomalies in the newborn. So it is the need of the hour to get yourself tested time and again.

Get yourself tested if you notice one or more of these symptoms:

  1. Fever
  2. Swollen parotid
  3. Headache
  4. Discomfort
  5. Enlarged lymph nodes
  6. Rash on the body
  7. Vesicles on the body
  8. Congestion
  9. Cough

How to Interpret the MMR Titer Immunity Test
It is interpreted by measuring the level of IgG
  • If the result is less than 0.8Al, this means the patient is either negative or not immune to the virus.
  • If the result ranges from 0.8-1.1AI, this means we are not able to comment on the results
  • If it is above 1.1Al, this means the patient is immune to this virus

Special Instructions
There are no such special instructions. You can get yourself tested at any hour of the day without any fast. Moreover, we can take your blood from the vein to perform this test.