I’m infected—is it safe to get pregnant?
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If you’ve been infected for more than a year and haven’t noticed any suspicious symptoms (swollen glands on the neck or under the jaw, faintness or recurring headaches) and you’re not heavily immunosuppressed, you almost certainly have the latent form of toxoplasmosis and can safely get pregnant. You actually have an advantage over uninfected women because there’s no risk of you becoming infected during your pregnancy and transmitting the parasite to your baby. If you’ve been recently diagnosed with acute toxoplasmosis (e.g. based on high levels of IgM and IgA antibodies) or have a well‑founded suspicion that you’re suffering from acute toxoplasmosis, consult your doctor and preferably also an infectious disease specialist before trying to conceive.


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