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Chlamydia Pneumoniae IgG antibodies
The bacteria Chlamydia pneumoniae is spread by airborne droplets and infects the mucous membranes of the respiratory tract. These infections can be the cause of pharyngitis, laryngitis and sinusitis. A dry, hacking cough is the most common symptom of these infections. Not everyone who has mycoplasma and chlamydia in their nasopharynx gets sick - it depends on the body's resistance, but they can still infect others.
In patients with a primary infection, IgG antibodies are found in the blood after 4-6 weeks. from the onset of the disease. In case of repeated infection, the titer of IgG antibodies increases quickly, within 1-2 weeks.