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Elevated Antibodies In Blood
My blood test reveals elevated levels of thyroglobulin antibodys. My number was a 2 and the normal range was a 1u, i/ml. What could cause a high tgAb
Repeat the test: What we eat modify these antibodies. Please try to read -Mind of your own-by Dr. Kelly Brogan, MD-personel story! See a diet oriented doctor or naturopath.
My blood work came back with elevated ssa auto antibodies, high jo-1 autoantibodies and my complement total was high, what does this indicate?
Need more info: You need tell why the tests were ordered in the first place. What symptoms do you have? Test results cannot be accurately interpreted in a vacuum as ssa and jo-1 antibodies can be positive in normal on occasion. In general elevated complements mean nothing, jo-1 can be positive in anti-synthetase syndrome (look it up) and ssa positive in sle or sjogren's.See 1 more doctor answer
I have had sinus issues for 4 weeks now, no antibiotics. Could this be an infection? Can infection make blood pressure elevated?
My doctor did blood tests, I have elevated aslo (antistreptolysin) at 700, antibodies against streptococci. What can I do with this?
What disease dose this lead too?! Elevated white blood cells count Elevated serum lactate Blood couture positive No antibiotics present in system
I had a common cold but all types of my white blood cells are elevated? Had antibiotic the day after I had a CBC test?
Hmm: Unfortunately viruses can cause elevated white blood cells. I would speak to the doctor who prescribed the antibiotics and follow up with them. Good luck.
My WBC was slightly elevated and came down with antibiotics but not to a normal level. Headache and neckpain. Do I need another blood test for wbc?
Blood work results: "elevated rheumatoid factor & ccp c/w ra; elevated jo 1 (34h) & anti histone (1.2h) antibodies, mng" what should this mean to me?
My blood test showed an elevated level of tg antibodies. Does that mean I have cancerous cells running around? Had papillary thyroid cancer a year ago
Not necessarily.: Having elevated tg antibodies primarily means that the more important tg test itself will be falsely lower than its true value. (no conversion formula exists.) if your tg antibodies are only 20 or so, with an undetectable tg level, it is hard to know what that means. If your tg antibodies are much higher, then concern for the presence of thyroid cancer would increase.See 1 more doctor answer
Can a history of infections and sepsis (December & April) cause an elevated IgM level? Finished antibiotics 2 weeks prior to blood test.
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Routine physical found elevated liver enzymes. Follow-up blood work showed lingering hepa antibodies. Ultrasound today, and I saw black spots on my liver - waiting for radiology report. Thoughts?
26, obese, no smoke started heart pal. After taking antibiotic. EKG stress, blood fine. I can see & heart heartbeat but no elevated BPM. This is 24/7 pounding heart feeling. EKG & monitor didn't show active pal. I have bad Gerd. Doc said not palp.?
Heart beat: You may be noticing a forceful heart beat but with no cardiac disease or abnormality of the rate or rhythm in view of your negative or normal testing. Forceful heart beats can occur with anxiety, stress, alcohol, caffeine, high blood pressure, anemia or nicotine use. Also focussing too much on your heart beat aggravates the sensation. If you feel stressed, consider stress management therapy.
Genetics: You're talking about blood group antigens; sugars on the outside of the red blood cells unique to those with certain blood types. Those who have sugars "A" and "B" should not develop antibodies to these sugars, or else such antibodies would "attack" their own red blood cells (triggering lysis).
See belo: Blood types can be O, A, B, and AB. Antibodies can be to those "type" pr0teins or due to other blood proteins- e.g. Rh, Kell, etc. You need to know what they are against to make more sense out of the results
Titer: The antobodies are not measured themselves. Instead, the titer is a measure of how much the sample can be diluted with the antibody activity still being detectable.
Tested positive by the Blood antibodies AChR 14yrs ago for MG. Is it possible to be "retested" & see if they've changed/lowered? Will it matter?
Discuss with Neuro: The antibody titer often returns to normal after lont-term suppressive therapy, however, I don't think this can predict whether a relapse will occur. I'm assuming that you are undergoing immunosuppressive therapy and are wondering if it can be tapered? Usually this is done without testing for the antibody. If symptoms recur, then therapy is resumed.
Gave blood twice a year or so apart both times tested + for T. Cruzi antibodies. Is this cause for concern furthest south I have been is Florida.
Suspect you have b: Suspect in the past you have been infected. You need to consider seeing an infectious disease specialist.
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