Aerobic Bacterial Vaginosis Associated with Immunoglobulin Igm and Igg Cytomegalovirus in Recurrent Miscarriage Women

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Zahrah Adnan AlShammmari, Ali Mansi Hummoud

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Recurrent miscarriage or known in medicine as a spontaneous abortion and pregnancy loss, is the natural death of an embryo during of twenty weeks of pregnancy. About 100 sample will be collected from hospitals in Misan city according to sample size. Samples of study was (high vaginal swabs and serum). In this study a set of variables was been study and identify relation between age groups (15-45) year with miscarriage women ,the high percentage was recorded in age (20-24) year, (25%) and low rate in age groups(35-39)year was (10%) . Primary education was recorded a high level was (45%) and the low rate in higher education. Regarding to effect of cytomegalovirus with fetal death, high percentage in death fetal after birth was recorded 260(70)% and low rate in abnormal birth 9(2.4%). Immunoglobuline of CMV patients,it was seen that women with IgM positive was indcate to recent infection with CMV but with IgG positive refer to past infection or reactivation and mix with IgM positive &IgG positive indcate to reactivation or recent infection. Age groups relation with immunoglobulin (IgM & IgG) associated with abortion in women. The high percentage of abortion was reported 46(27.5) % in age groups (20-24) year and associated with IgG 24(26.9)%, and lower rate with age groups (35-39)year was 26(11.1)%. Aerobic bacterial vaginosis was documented Staphylococcus aureus 25(26.88%) and the lower ratio was belong to Kocuria spp 4(4.30%).Aims of study was cytomegalovirus associated with bacterial vaginosis in abortion women. Detection of bacterial vaginosis by biochemical tests and vitek-2. Immunological detection of cytomegalovirus in serum of infected women with abortion and identify IgM and IgG and Bacterial vaginosis.

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Ali Mansi Hummoud, Z. A. A. . (2021). Aerobic Bacterial Vaginosis Associated with Immunoglobulin Igm and Igg Cytomegalovirus in Recurrent Miscarriage Women. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 25(6), 8250–8256. Retrieved from https://www.annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/7016
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