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Babesia Microti Abs Ig G Igm
My antiphosphatidylserine antibodies IgM and IgG are consistently high, but the ACL abs are borderline. Do I truly have APS? I'm 4.5 weeks pregnant.
Possible!: Best consult with hematologist and neonatologist to be on safer side. They may want to do more testing to see if you really have a hypercoagulable state! ...Read more
My 3 yr old had several tests done and the IgG was 415, auto abs NRBC is 0.00, Auto Abs mono 1.19 and auto mono% 14.9. Should I worry?
Yes: The IgG is low and points to an impaired immune system. The results of the blood test do not appear to be correct (whether it is abnormal or not is another issue). You need to discuss with doctor about the problem leading to the testing being obtained in the first place. ...Read more
Types of antibodies.: Igm appears first after infection or vaccination and begins the process of fighting the invading germs, and is then replaced by igg which provides lasting protection against reinfection. ...Read more
EB VCA IGM < 36 (0-35.9 range), EB EA IGG < 9 (0-8.9 range), EB VCA IGG 300 (0-17.9 range), EB NUC AGAB IGG 454 (0.0-17.9 range). last 2 too high?
Can rnp:1.6 (normal<1.0) be from high vcaigg? My u1rnp is >0.2 and all ena- panel >0.2. My ebna:0.8, vca-igm:<0.2, ea-d:0, vca-igg:5.8 (normal >1.0).
See below: More than likely this will be a false positive lab. When in doubt consult with a rheumatologist. ...Read more
Mono test: The EBV antibody viral capsid antigen IgG appears within 7 days after infection and last for life. The IGM antibody appears in 7 days, but lasts 3 months. Labs are various on tere actual levels, so you will need to talk to your provider about the levels in accordance with the labs norms. ...Read more
Yes: Yes, that is standard for testing. Igg will be positive in the case of an old infection, igm will be positive and igg negative for a new infection. ...Read more
No true immunity: When one meets the toxoplasmosis organism (mild flu-like or no illness), IgM usually appears and may stay around for as long as 18 months. Igg will also appear and usually stay for life, suggesting you overcame the creatures. However, they may still be alive and dormant, to re-emerge should you become immunocompromised. ...Read more
See below: Actually, look at it a little differently. Forget herpes, which has no known association with cidp, but if an anti-gm-1 test is done and there is elevation of igg, not igm, this would alter the diagnosis to multifocal motor neuropathy (mmn), which is a similar disorder to cidp, but may be handled differently in some cases. ...Read more
Yes: Igm is the immunoglobulin noted for coming out early in response to any illness, it fades over time while igg come out a bit later and stays up longer. If you have a positive IgM it indicates a early response, while igg would probably show up in a few months at which point the IgM would have declined. ...Read more
Bovine Colostrum: Bovine colostrum from pasture-fed cows contains immunoglobulins specific to many human pathogens, including escherichia coli, cryptosporidium parvum, shigella flexneri, salmonella, staphylococcus,  and rotavirus (which causes diarrhea in infants). Likely igm, igg, and IgA although I am not specific about this. ...Read more
After typhoid: Traditionally igm antibodies remian elevated during the acute phase and linger on about 6 to 8 weeks. The igg antibodies remain for years and sometimes a lifetime. ...Read more
Acute infection: A rise in IgM antibody against a particular antigen gen indicates either an acute infection or reinfection. One can consider more reliable testing for HSV than antibody testing, e.g. PCR or culture, in light of a chronic history for a better long term follow up and disease management. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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