About Rubella igm antibodies
What is rubella?
Rubella, also known as German measles, is a viral infection caused by the rubella virus. It is spread through coughing and sneezing and is often passed on before the infected person realises they are infected. Rubella typically causes a mild infection but can lead to complications in pregnancy.
Rubella symptoms include runny nose, red eyes, headache, tender lymph nodes and a rash that spreads in a similar pattern to measles.
Rubella antibodies are produced by the body’s immune system to help fight infection against the virus. IgM antibodies are a particular type of antibody and are the first to be produced in response to an infection offering short-term protection.
Why take the test?
This test detects the presence of rubella IgM antibodies in the blood and can be used to diagnose a current rubella infection.
How it works
Purchase your Kit
Just order a test online and get your kit delivered right to your door unless you are ordering a COVID-19 Fit to Fly test where you will be given appointment options to attend our clinics across the United Kingdom for a nose and throat swab PCR test at the checkout stage.
Take your test and post
Follow our simple instructions to take your sample and post back the enclosed prepaid envelope to our accredited lab for processing. We also offer home or workplace visits by a qualified nurse. For COVID-19 Fit to Fly tests you must attend one of our partner clinics for our trained collection officers to take your sample. You will then have the results emailed to you.
Get results directly to your dashboard
You will receive an email notification from our medical team when your results are available on your secure personalised health dashboard.
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