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Bullous Pemphigold Bp230 Igg
I got lab results: herpes simplex 1 IgG 29.4, herpes simplex 2 IgG 13.7 both positive, but herpes simplex 1 & 2 ivm negative <0.5 what does this mean?
Which taip of herpes 1 or 2?
SERUM HERPES(Simplex 1) IgM)
NEGATIVE = <1.0
SERUM HERPES(Simplex1 1 igG POSITIVE 24.26
Immunodeficiency: Immunoglobulin g, igg, is an antibody, a protein that the immune system makes to help fight infection. Igg floats around in the blood stream and helps fight bacteria and viruses. An igg level of 3 is exceedingly low. In most labs, a normal igg level is around 700. Low igg can predispose you to having recurrent infections. You should see an immunologist about igg replacement. ...Read more
Ross River Virus Jan2014, subsequent rash & pernicious anaemia. Rash appears to be BULLOUS PEMPHIGOLD. Topical ointment NOVASONE largely ineffectual ?
Ouch!: If you haven't, see a Dermatologist - here's good info: http://www.dermnet.com/videos/bullous-diseases/autoimmune-blistering-diseases-of-the-basement-membrane-zone/bullous-pemphigoid-treatment/ You may need systemic corticosteroids but they have some bad side EFX. I hope it helps! Wish I could say 'No worries'. ...Read more
What does this mean? Hsv 1 Igg, Type Spec: <0.91 INDEX Herpes Simplex Virus I/ii Igm Hsv, Igm I/ii Comb
Hsv type1 IgG antibdy=0.41, HSV type2 IgG antibdy= 0.41 is this means negative? Helicobactef pylori =3.91, is this transmitted disease too?
Diagnosed w/ lupus. Malar rash,photosenstvty,sicca ,mouth/nose sores,Recurring flares,leukopenia, ANA 1:640.All other labs neg.Possible w/normal labs?
Absolutely: Your general labs can be totally normal and you can still have lupus. ...Read more
6 yo w/ seborrheic dermatitis, eczema, CMV igg+, URI july/mid aug, dental treat. In sept. Palpable nodes bilateral up to 1.7cm. Us=reactive. Normal?
Have wrong info. Herpes 1 IgG positive. Herpes II IgG indeterminate. How is herpes 1 transmitted via flu or cold sores stress?
Herpes simplex: Herpes simplex is transmitted by direct contact with a lesion or the body fluid of an infected individual.Transmission may also occur through skin-to-skin or mucous membrane contact during periods of asymptomatic shedding. Barrier protection methods are the most reliable method of preventing transmission of herpes, but they merely reduce rather than eliminate risk. ...Read more
Usually oral: Herpes infections are described as type i (oral /cold sores)or type ii(genital). However, either type can cause affect either location. Igg antibody detected by a blood test. & indicates one has been exposed to the virus at least several weeks prior &possibly much longer- as in years. Most people who have HSV antibody have no idea that they have herpes. ...Read more
VZV IgG titer= 1926, VZV IgM titer >3.91 with reactivated shingles present. What does test mean? Active VZV infection? Is 1926 dangerously high.
Antibody: Immunoglobulin g, igg, is an antibody. Antibodies are proteins the immune system makes to fight off infections. Igg is the antibody that floats around in the blood stream and helps fight bacteria and viruses. Igg is typically measured to make sure the immune system is making enough antibodies or to diagnose certain infections. It is not an allergy test. ...Read more
Hiv RNA 1/2 n cmia neg at 6 months post pep conclusive .Symptoms such as dry mouth seborrhea eczema palms neuropathy , oral ulcers, dizziness candidias?
Lichen planus since 10 months.Dark. Brown spots all over body no itching.Negative hepatitis test.Biopsy test = ashy's dermotosis treatment?
Consult MD: Since lichen planus is not cureable and your md has treated it as a dermatosis i would follow his/her advise and treat it as they indicate it should be treated. Sometimes it can go away on its own and is not contagious. Go on living your life and listen and treat like md recommends. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hsv1 IgG 53.60 high
Hsv 2 IgG <0.91
Hsv IgM I/II combo 1.48 high
What does all this mean? My herpes results from the lab! Doc wasn't helpful
HSV serology: Without knowing specifically what test technique was utilized cannot give you specifics other than to say that you have had Herpes simplex Type 1 infection sometime in the past and probably have not had Type 2, since even though you show some antibody it may be overlap from the Type 1 antibody. Why wasn't the doctor helpful? Talk to them and insist. Why did you do this anyway? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer