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... I also have the same antibody issues going on. I have high IgA and Low IgG1 subclass with low normail IgG3. I also have a possitive ana, but have tested negative for almost all autoimmune disorders. ... (1 replies)
... My IGa is 448 high, IGG in the 600's (low), vitamin D level 5 (normal is 32). I was finally diagnosed with PRIMARY IMMUNE DEFICIENCY DISEASE (Hypogammaglobulinemia) which is kind of rare. I have been sick for a very long time and no one could figure out what was wrong with me. I have chronic diarrhea. I get infections that just don't go away. I even got spinal meningitis... (1 replies)
... I have a high IgA and a high SED rate and I'm seeing a Hematologist/Oncologist on Monday the 20th. I had a bone scan last year and I think something would have shown up. They were looking for Lupus or RA but I tested negative for this things. My doctor wants to rule things out and hopefully they'll find I don't have cancer. My aches and pains have been around for the last... (4 replies)

... I do have multiple myeloma. Similarly, my IgM and my IgA in many blood tests have not changed. I didn't wanted to go through bone marrow transplant so I was prescribed thalidomide. It is an old drug but works well. ... (4 replies)
... Tests repeated at seperate lab. Results almost identical. High IGA out of normal range, IGM and IGG almost 1/2 of normal. Feel great. Causes? (4 replies)
Low IgA
Apr 5, 2015
... Good evening I saw your post and I would be pleased to offer my opinion regarding your low Iga. I have myself been diagnosed with totally absent Iga since a very young age which was found by my local children's hospital. ... (1 replies)
... This may sound like a stupid question, but do you have any pets--specifically pet birds? (4 replies)
... It appears your IGA levels are the lowest in relation to normal ranges. ... (3 replies)
... Go seek an immunologist and pursue getting therapy for the low ig levels. ... (3 replies)
... CFS was diagnosed early this year, with a blood test then ordered by an immunologist. This showed low Ig levels, so was referred on. CVID was mentioned as a possibility, but had a response to the vaccines given, so this was ruled out. ... (3 replies)
Low IgA
May 20, 2014
... so I was tested for a multitude of things. All of the food allergies came up negative, including celiac disease, however, my IgA was found to be low. What does this mean? ... (1 replies)
... was conducted when I had been off steroids for over 10 weeks. IgA and IgE levels have always been normal. ... (4 replies)
... deficiency is likely. Given your lengthy history of respiratory infections, I would say the deficiency is most likely, and IVIG may be beneficial. What does your IGA look like? ... (4 replies)
... Your dad could be low right now because he is fighting a cold...a sinus infection, could have any autoimmune disease or even arthritis... ... (1 replies)
... hi, my dad recently had some tests done and we were a little concerned about some of the values. they are: IGG 7.78 g/l (ref. range: 5.64-17.65 g/l) IGA 0.58 g/l (ref. range: 0.85-3.85 g/l) IGM 0.51 g/l (ref. range: 0.45-2.50 g/l) any idea what this means?? (1 replies)
... I have low IgG, IgA, low white blood cell count. Told to see an immunologist. ... (0 replies)
... If you are in the US than a total IGG of 100 is extremely low. If you have other low immuneglobulins (which you do - low iga), have they worked you up for CVID?? Common Variable Immune Deficiency - IGG 2 standard deviations below normal (normal, depending on lab is anywhere between 650-1200) and yours is, low IGA and/or IGM (you also have this), history of recurring... (11 replies)
... Tell me is it only the IgA level low on you? ... (11 replies)
... IgA deficiency, and your's isn't low enough to be called this, but it can possibly cause IBS. ... (3 replies)
... without signifying disease. It is one of the diagnostic tools used for identifying autoimmune diseases. Your titre may be positive but depending on the rheumy, low enough to be considered not significant. That being said, there are many AI disease in which ANA is not positive, or can vary in titre. ... (3 replies)

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