thanks that is very helpful informationJune 27 2011 at 11:18 AM
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Response to Dee, I'm SO sorry
I didn't know it was possible to be exposed to a disease, but not develop anti-bodies. I might see an infectious disease specialist. However, if I was exposed to parvo virus, wouldn't it have worn off by now? I don't have any symptoms of the disease (aching joints, bright red cheeks).
If there has never been a documented case of disease transmission from a donor, it all seems pointless (just my opinion) to do any disease testing on donors. Since I had an anonymous donor through the clinic, I can't find out much about her. But I wonder if the clinic would ask her to test for the parvo virus. She is a repeat donor with this clinic, I know that much.
At this point I am worried about scarring to my uterus, from the D&C that I had; it keeps me awake at night with worry.
Thanks again for your helpful information.
- ((Dee))... - Kenny on Jun 27, 2011
- Dee my friend works in infectious disease field - birdy1600 on Jun 29, 2011