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what does it mean to have antibodies in your blood
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What do you suggest if my child recenetly gave blood and she tested postive for hla antibodies what does that mean?
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If I have herpes antibodies in my blood. Does that mean than I now have a uncurable disease that is herpes? Please and thank you
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My dr told me I have unusual antibodies in my blood. What does this mean? My sed is 59, have some abnormal levels, dk what. Any ideas?
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I was told I had too many antibodies in my blood what does this mean am I sick they took blood and sent it to the Red Cross incase I needed blood?
Dr. Glenn Messina answered
34 years experience in Aesthetic Medicine
Alot of transfusions: Some persons develop antibidoies if they receive multiple transfusions. This is not unheard of in persons who get a transfusion every few months for m ... Read More
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When giving blood, i was told I have rare antibodies that make my blood in high demand. I'm o+, which i understand to be common but not rare. What do they mean by rare antibodies?
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