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Cure Fo Ig M Nephropathy
Hepatitis B: You need to be seen and evaluated by an infectious diseases expert or a hepatologist. This may or may not require treatment, and there are new agents available with which to manage this. Go and get seen and assessed before severe liver damage occurs. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Recurring fever with 2g proteinuria with 1.1-2.2 serum creat. ebv b19 cmv igg positive/elevated. Neph says igg means no current infection. Workup?
Still ask your doc: Since you have come this far in evaluation and care, it would be most logical and beneficial for you to bring all of your concerns and questions to your doctors since they would know your individual conditions more than anyone online. More online sporadic inquiry at this time may induce more unnecessary anxiety and fear. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
IgM: If this is cll -as long as you are asymptomatic and no evidence of anemia, low platelet, or any other indication for treatment-then surveillance only will be the recommendation. However, I am just curious if you have numbness, tingling etc on your feet/hands? Need to make sure that it is truly a cll and not waldenstrom macroglobulinemia. I am sure your doctor already ruled waldenstom out, correct? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What might cause Kappa FLCdrop<1 frm 4.2? no ratio calculable FLCLambda8.04
MGUS IGGLambda .19 stable. IGM 27 Have SLE. Oncol/Rheum have no idea cause
Complicated issue: The subject is a little too complicated for this forum and requires more information than you provided. You should discuss it with the oncologist and or the pathologist reporting the results. You may consult this site for information. http://myeloma.org/pdfs/U-Freelite-Eng2011_g2web.pdf ...Read more
Have a mutation for immune deficiency (CVID2/IGAD2) associated with TACI. Normal IgA, IgM & IgG but long history of severe infections. How to test it?
?: Not adding up, you can't literally have those conditions, repeated severe infections and normal measures of Ig subtypes.You need to be re-evaluated, you may simply have IgG subclass deficiency,or specific antibodies deficiency,testing for recall antigens for tetanus and pneumococcus,pre and post vaccination can prove it,treatment remains the same: IVIG therapy.Too complex for this limited platform ...Read more
Torch: t IgG 162.59 iu/ml(+ve), t IgM 0.48 indax value, r IgG 83.50(+ve), r IgM 0.46, c IgG 0.14(+ve), c IgM 0.35 what does that mean & what is cure.
Common: The positive igg titers in this panel means there has been past exposure to these viruses, not necessarily that there is active infection. Past exposure to these viruses are very common and over half of the population may have positive igg titers on a torch screen. There is no cure for past exposure. What is important is if there are signs of active, acute infection. ...Read more
+p/qcalcium channel antibody. Possible lambert eaton syndrome doc thinks. No malignancy. Being treated w/ ivig & starting rituxan (rituximab). ? What is this etc.
Get a second opinion: I do not understand your health problem because we need a lot more information to make a correct diagnosis of such rare conditions as you have listed. I would advise you to seek a second opinion from a hematologist /oncologist in order to find out what exactly is wrong with you, before taking such powerful medicines as you have listed.. ...Read more
C reactive protein 22.02mg/dl.IgG blot positive IgM -ve.neutrophils 75.6%ESR 25mm.is this normal.having fever abdominal pain.not responding antibiotic?
CMV: Your question is a bit unclear: if you have been tested for CMV and you have igg antibodies it means that the acute infection is being dealt with by your immune system and the disease is no longer in the acute phase. ...Read more
Daughter has reoccuring infections and is always ill, is failure to thrive. Labs show IgM 40mg/dl, IgA is 372mg/dl & igG is, 962mg/dl.Interpretations?
Need age of daughter: Also need age of daughter as immunoglobins levels vary with age ...Read more