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Low IgA?
Feb 13, 2010
... I just noticed your posting. Each lab has different normal values. The one I go to the IgA normals are 68 to 378.....mine is 80 right now which is elevated for me. Yours definately is below normal. ... (1 replies)
Low IGA and IGM
Sep 8, 2009
... I have been IgA deficient for years. I first found out when I was 18 and like you having my tonsils out and adenoids seem to help my constant sickness. ... (7 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)

Low IGA and IGM
Jun 21, 2010
... often hard to make. I have had deficient IgA and IgM for years and couldnt understand why I got every infectious disease that went around, but got over everything fine. ... (7 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 and IGM
Oct 18, 2010
... My IgG total is normal, but I am low in IgG1 and IgG3, as well as having low IgA and low IgM. ... (7 replies)
... Go seek an immunologist and pursue getting therapy for the low ig levels. ... (3 replies)
Low IGA and IGM
Nov 21, 2009
... I have just been received blood work back that shows Low IgA & IgM like you. I have recently been diagnosed with Celiac's like one of the responders. My mother has just been diagnosed with IgG and will start IVIG soon. I'm wondering if you have found any information since you wrote this note last year. I am being referred to an Allergist/Immunologist. (7 replies)
... My three year old has a High level IGE 4000 and Low IGA,IGG. No allergy symptoms. He has speech delay and is in speech services for that. ... (0 replies)
IgA question???
Jul 4, 2009
... Sorry to hear that your GI Doctor did not elaborate any further in regards to your low IgA result. Your GI is correct by telling you it is not caused by anemia. IgA deficiency is an autoimmune disorder. ... (1 replies)
Low IgA?
Jan 25, 2010
... What does an IgA blood level of 39 mean? ... (1 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)
... IgA deficiency, and your's isn't low enough to be called this, but it can possibly cause IBS. ... (3 replies)
Low IGA and IGM
Sep 25, 2008
... ng suffered constant upper respiratory infections and all symptoms related to immune deficiency. Only recently we both had an immunoglobulin test which revealed low levels of IgA and IgM but normal levels of IgG. We both have Hashimoto's thyroiditis also. ... (7 replies)
... It appears your IGA levels are the lowest in relation to normal ranges. ... (3 replies)
... CT's don't really show arthritis that would explain the level of pain I have. I have never thought I had a particularly low pain threshold, so I believe the pain I have is real. ... (3 replies)
Low IGA and IGM
Sep 7, 2009
... I have been IgA deficient for at least 20 years. ... (7 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)
Low Serum IgA?
Mar 30, 2010
... I have a low IgA level and always have. It makes some of your testing negative when it should be positive. Like a Celiac Blood test will not be normal on you. ... (2 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)

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