Immunoglobulins (IgA, IgM, IgG, IgD, IgE) - Normal Range

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I had titers ran due to constantly being sick. I have several autoimmune ailments, as well as other health issues, no cancer present. It showed that I had low immunities to various things that I either had like chicken pox or I had been vaccinated. It also shows each year that although I have a flu vaccine it doesn't show up until I have a 2nd one. I also have IGG and IGM deficiencies. I do not have full blown lupus but I do have skin lupus.  My main autoimmune disease is a rare one called "Cogan's Syndrome". I am constantly sick and don't seem to be getting better. I have been told that I can have infusions for 1 but no treatment for the other. Is this problem why I am always sick. I can't seem to find any Drs where I am living that can help me. Any suggestions?
Cogan's Syndrome can cause nausea, vomiting, tinnitus, fever, dizziness, and more. Your poor immunity is related to IGG and IGM deficiencies. Exercise more and don't stay up too late could improve your body's immunity.
My Iga test level 2 months ago was 381. Dr ran the test again. It is now 481. What does this mean? Should I be concerned? I already have ibsd, gerd, osteopeona,and numerous other health issues.
IgA accounts for 10%-20% of the total serum immunoglobulin and can be divided into serotype and secretory type. Secretory IgA is the major immunoglobulin in exocrine fluids such as colostrum, saliva, tears, intestinal secretions, and bronchial secretions. Therefore, it plays an important role in the first line of anti-infective defense, especially in the respiratory tract and intestines, which can be called "local immunity." Reference value: immunoturbidimetric method Radioimmunoassay method (RID method): Adult: 760-3900mg/L (76-390mg/dl), the specific reference value depends on each laboratory.
(1) Elevation is more common in: IgA multiple myeloma, systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) sarcoidosis, rheumatoid arthritis, Behcet syndrome, portal cirrhosis, some infectivity Disease, eczema, thrombocytopenia, Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome (multiple infections of eczema thrombocytopenia), chronic bronchitis remission period, etc. Secretory IgA between 500-2500mg / L is a serious condition, the course of the disease is <500mg / L. Recall that you did not pay attention to the following matters before taking blood? 1. Eat too greasy, high-protein foods and drink plenty of alcohol the day before the blood draw. The alcohol content in the blood directly affects the test results. 2. After 8 pm on the day before the medical examination, you should start fasting for 12 hours to avoid affecting the test results. 3, should relax when taking blood, to avoid the contraction of blood vessels caused by fear, increase the difficulty of blood collection.
Take it easy.
My varicella IGG is negative, do i have to take shots then?
Hello Joel, being negative means you're not infected. But it's good to take the vaccine.
Me too all pulmonary tests came back negative. Any suggestions?
Immunoglobulins test is for MM, irrelevant to cough. A constant deep cough, see a doctor for auscultation first.
I was recently dx with smoldering multiple myeloma and a concern of mine is my IgG level of 4,150 and climbing each 6 weeks. Should this number concern me? on 10/3 is was 3,570.
Yes,elevation of IgG means the treatment isnt all effective
I though 16.50 IgG WAS HIGH OR IS IT
Hi Mr. Walker, a low lgG means your immune is weakened. It might be assocaited with either of medication(steroids), kidney disease, diabetes, HIV. I think your doctor will run other tests and he/she really needs to consolidate all the test results to make a diagnosis.
IS 16.50 IgG HIGH
It is a little bit higher than the normal range(<16g/L).But I don't think you need to worry about it. You can follow up this parameter 3 month later. If it turns back into normal range, you don't have to care about it, if not, you need to see if you have chronic inflammatory conditions, autoimmune disease that may cause its elevation.
i have iga deficiency my count is 3 (three). Is there any treatment for this?
Most people with selective IgA deficiency don't need treatment unless they have frequent infections. In some cases, treatment may include a long course of antibiotics to help prevent an infection from returning.