A 28-year-old female asked:
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i had allergy test2 done and was trying to figure out if i am. it was the wheat gfr igg. these were my results: wheat f4 igg 5.2. ?

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Dr. James Lin
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... high...: Wheat F4 igG is <2 mcg/ml; at 5.2 mcg/ml is higher than its normal. How is this result correlated with your clinical profile? Ask your ordering doctor since s/he possesses more specific info about your clinical profile than anyone online.
Answered on May 31, 2016

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