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Anti Phospholipid Igm Antibodies Test in Pune

Also Known asAPLA Test (IgM), Phospholipid (Cardiolipin) Ab IgM

No fasting required


About Anti Phospholipid IgM Antibodies Test in Pune

The Anti-Phospholipid IgM, also knowns as APA IgM Test is a diagnostic test that measures the presence and levels of IgM antibodies against phospholipids in the blood. Phospholipids are a type of fat molecule found in the body's cells and cell membranes. This test is necessary to assess the risk of developing complications associated with antiphospholipid syndrome (APS).

Anti Phospholipid IgM Antibodies Test Brief

Test Name

Anti Phospholipid IgM Antibodies Test in Pune

Also Known as

APLA Test (IgM), Phospholipid (Cardiolipin) Ab IgM

Preparation required.

No fasting required



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Purpose Of Anti Phospholipid IgM Antibodies Test

  • The test is used to confirm the presence of antiphospholipid antibody IgM.

  • The test helps assess the risk of developing blood clots and other complications associated with APS in individuals with certain medical conditions, like recurrent pregnancy loss, unexplained blood clots, or low platelet count.

Who Needs Anti Phospholipid IgM Antibodies Test?

  • If a person presents with symptoms or clinical conditions suggestive of APS, like,

  • Recurrent blood clots

  • Pregnancy complications

  • Unexplained thrombocytopenia

  • A person who is receiving treatment for antiphospholipid syndrome (APS).

Preparations and Precautions

  • No special precaution required

Anti Phospholipid Igm Antibodies Test price in Pune

  • The regular cost of Anti Phospholipid Igm Antibodies Test is ₹750 in Pune, but we are offering a 5% discount, so you can book it for just ₹713. This all-inclusive cost covers the collection, testing, and mailing of reports.

Anti Phospholipid IgM Antibodies Test cost at different labs in Pune


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Thyrocare Technologies Limited

Home Collection


Redcliffe Labs

Home Collection


Dr. Lal PathLabs

Home Collection


How lab sample collection for Anti Phospholipid Igm Antibodies Test in Pune works?

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Frequently Asked Questions about Anti Phospholipid Igm Antibodies Test in Pune

Can antiphospholipid be cured?

Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is a chronic autoimmune disorder; at present, there is no known cure for it. However, the symptoms and complications associated with APS can be controlled and minimized with appropriate management and treatment. The primary goals of treatment for APS are to prevent blood clots, manage existing clotting events, and reduce the risk of pregnancy complications. Individuals with APS need to consult their doctor to develop a personalized treatment plan to regularly monitor their condition to prevent or manage potential complications.

What is the reason for antiphospholipid antibodies?

APS is an autoimmune disorder, which means that the immune system mistakenly targets and attacks the body's tissues and cells by producing antiphospholipid antibodies that target phospholipids. The exact reason behind developing antiphospholipid antibodies in antiphospholipid syndrome (APS) is not fully understood. It is considered that a mix of genetic and environmental factors is responsible for this.

What does antiphospholipid IgM positive mean?

A positive result for antiphospholipid IgM antibodies indicates the presence of IgM class antibodies targeting phospholipids in the blood. Antiphospholipid IgM antibodies are one of the types associated with antiphospholipid syndrome (APS). The detection of IgM antibodies suggests an immune system response and may indicate an increased risk of abnormal blood clot formation. It is important to note that a positive IgM result alone does not confirm a diagnosis of APS. Consult with your doctor once you receive the results; they will help you understand the meaning of the result and may prescribe a few additional tests.