In your early pregnancy Torch test report, the Rubella virus IgG antibody value of 2.81 indicates that you have a positive result for Rubella immunity. This means that you have antibodies against the Rubella virus in your system, which suggests that you are protected from contracting Rubella during your pregnancy.
A positive result for Rubella immunity is highly desirable during pregnancy as it reduces the risk of complications and birth defects associated with Rubella infection. It also indicates that you are less likely to transmit the virus to your baby if you were to be exposed to it.
The Cytomegalovirus (CMV) IgG antibody value of 2.77 suggests that you have antibodies against CMV as well. CMV is a common viral infection, and most adults have been exposed to it at some point in their lives without experiencing any symptoms or complications.
Having antibodies against CMV indicates past exposure and immunity, which is generally considered beneficial during pregnancy. However, it's important to note that CMV can still pose risks to a developing fetus if a primary infection occurs during pregnancy or if there is reactivation of the virus.
Overall, based on these results, it appears that everything is normal and there are no immediate concerns regarding these specific infections in your current stage of pregnancy at 35 weeks.
However, it's always recommended to consult with your healthcare provider who has access to your complete medical history and can provide personalized advice based on your specific situation. They will be able to provide further guidance and address any other concerns you may have.