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Torch IgM Test

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Description - The Torch Test includes multiple tests that are used to detect infections in pregnant women. There is a possibility that the infections can get passed on to the fetus during pregnancy. It is important to detect the infection in its early stages to start treatment and avoid further complications. Overview of the Torch Test Torch Tests are used to diagnose multiple infections that can affect the fetus or cause problems during pregnancy or at the time of de ....Read More

Antenatal Panel

Includes TORCH - IgM,Serum & 13 other tests

₹ 5070

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

A Torch IgM test is a blood test that looks for antibodies to certain viruses that can cause infections during pregnancy. These viruses include cytomegalovirus (CMV), herpes simplex virus (HSV), and rubella.

There are many different types of Torch infections, and the IgM test can help to diagnose which one a person has. This test looks for antibodies in the blood that are specific to the Torch viruses. If these antibodies are present, it means that the person has been infected with a Torch virus at some point in their life.

If you think you have been exposed to any of the viruses in the TORCH panel or if you are experiencing certain symptoms, your healthcare provider may order a TORCH IgM test. Symptoms can vary depending on which virus is causing the infection but may include fever, headache, fatigue, rash, and swollen lymph nodes.

The normal range for the Torch IgM Test is 0.0-0.9 IU/mL.

Normal Range For Parameter Normal Ranges
Torch Test Normal Range Toxo IgG <1.0
Rubella IgG <10.0
CMV IgG <0.50
HSV IgG Index <0.90
Toxo IgM <0.80
Rubell IgM <0.80
CMV IgM COI <0.70
HSV IgM Index < 0.90

There are a few things that can be done in order to lower the level of Torch IgM in the body.

  • One way is to avoid exposure to infections by practicing good hygiene and staying up-to-date on vaccinations. If you have been exposed to an infection, it is important to seek treatment early on to avoid letting the infection take hold.
  • Another way to lower Torch IgM levels is through blood transfusions. This can help to replenish the levels of antibodies in the body and help fight off infections.
  • Finally, certain medications can also be used to lower Torch IgM levels. These include steroids and immunosuppressive drugs.

Yes, the Torch IgM Test is a safe and reliable way to test for infections of the four viruses in the TORCH group.

Before having a Torch IgM test, it is important to tell your doctor about any medical conditions you have and any medications you are taking. You should also let your doctor know if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

It is important to follow your doctor's instructions on how to prepare for the test. You may be asked to stop taking certain medications before the test. You may also be asked to fast for a period of time before the test.

No, fasting is not required for the Torch IgM test.

Yes, home sample collection is available for the Torch IgM Test. One can simply opt for home collection while booking a test through Max Lab.

Queries about this test

#1 torch igm test in pregnancy

Ans: Torch IgM test is a blood test that checks for the presence of antibodies against specific infections such as Toxoplasmosis, Rubella, Cytomegalovirus and Herpes Simplex. These infections can potentially harm you and your baby during pregnancy.

#2 torch igm test in hindi

Ans: परिवर्णी शब्द TORCH कई संक्रमणों के लिए खड़ा है जो एक गर्भवती महिला द्वारा प्राप्त किए जा सकते हैं और उनके अजन्मे बच्चे के लिए जोखिम पैदा कर सकते हैं। TORCH आईजीएम परीक्षण का उपयोग ब्लड में इम्युनोग्लोबुलिन एम (आईजीएम) एंटीबॉडी की उपस्थिति का पता लगाने के लिए किया जाता है, जो एक सक्रिय या हाल ही में संक्रमण का संकेत देता है।

#3 torch igm test normal range

Ans: For Toxoplasmosis, the normal range IgM antibody level is less than 0.9 IU/mL while for Rubella, it should be less than 10 IU/mL. In contrast, the CMV (Cytomegalovirus) IgM antibodies' normal range should not exceed 1:10 titer levels.

#4 torch igm test meaning

Ans: The acronym TORCH stands for several infections that can be acquired by a pregnant woman and pose risks to their unborn baby. The torch igm test is used to detect the presence of immunoglobulin M (IgM) antibodies in the blood, which indicates an active or recent infection.

#5 torch igm test kya hota hai

Ans: टॉर्च आईजीएम टेस्ट विशेष रूप से आईजीएम एंटीबॉडी की तलाश करता है जो हाल ही में संक्रमण या इन वायरस के संपर्क में आने का संकेत देता है। इस परीक्षण के परिणाम डॉक्टरों को माँ और बच्चे दोनों के लिए किसी भी संभावित जोखिम का निदान और प्रबंधन करने में मदद करते हैं।

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I had an amazing experience with Max Lab for my Torch test. They provide 24 hours report home collection which made the process really easy and convenient for me. The entire process was smooth and I got accurate results in no time. I am glad that I chose them!


Max Lab offers a great service when it comes to getting the Torch Test done quickly and conveniently. I had a home collection set up for me with 24 hours notice, and the test results were delivered to my inbox very quickly after that. They made it very easy for me to get this important test done and gave great advice on how to proceed afterwards.


I used Max Lab's Torch Test for my routine prenatal tests, and I was amazed at the convenience of the process. The home collection process was so easy and their 24 hours report is extremely helpful. I'm glad that I trusted Max Lab with my prenatal screening.

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