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Dill Rf277 Ige
Yes: Treatment of atopic disease, such as atopic dermatitis or asthma, can result in lowered IgE. The B-cells that make IgE depend on certain signals in the body to live and produce antibody. Time, changes in environmental/food/drug exposure, medicating specific diseases can all result in decreases in both total and specific IgE levels ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: It depends on what the lab standards are for the ige test. Usually, a simple cut off is between 60-100. And elevated ige might mean nothing without symptoms. Same with a low level of ige. ...Read more
See an allergist: The significance of ige test results is completely dependent on your history, and the relevance of the tests. I would recommend scheduling an appointment with a board-certified allergist to help interpret the test results. ...Read more
Most Likely Allergy: IgE levels above the normal range are common amongst patients with allergies, asthma, and eczema. If you have these symptoms or diseases then this is nothing to worry about. If you don't have any of these problems, it could represent a parasitic infection and that is usually associated with an elevated eosinophil count on a routine blood count. ...Read more
IgE: Normal level is 13.2 . +1 SD IS 41 & +2 SD is 127. Serum levels of IgE greater than the mean +1 standard deviation (SD) for age suggest the presence of allergic disease. Levels greater than the mean +2 SD strongly suggest the presence of allergic disease. Yours seem to be normal. ...Read more
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