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A 46-year-old female asked:

Immunoglobulin g-361, a-76, m-28 what do these low levels mean ?

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Dr. Brian Novick
Allergy and Immunology 45 years experience
Dont worry but first: thing I would be wondering is why did you have those tests done? Are you having recurrent infections?(not just "regular colds"?),,,but if you were my pt.first thing I would do is repeat the tests to confirm results..If you are having recurrent sinus infections, bronchitis, etc & the repeat tests are similar, next step would be see an allergist/immunologist to further evaluate. Good luck
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Dr. Corey Clay
Allergy and Immunology 12 years experience
Hard to know: Without more information, it is difficult to know if the levels are low due to lack of production (primary immune deficiency syndrome, medication side effect) or loss of antibodies (protein losing gastrointestinal disease). Also, most people will do well with these levels, but it would be important to know if you have had any recent, or a long history of recurrent, infections.
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