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Polyclonal Gammopathy Treatment
A gammopathy is an abnormal gammaglobulin or gammaglobulin level. A monoclonal gammopathy is a single abnormal protein that can indicate a bone marrow cancer called multiple myeloma, or a lymphoma. Further evaluation is required to determine if a monoclonal gammopathy ...Read more
I have for 3 years high rcp and esr and polyclonal gammopathy. Why? Should I investigate with my family Dr?
I was diagnosed with RA a couple years ago. Just did ife and pe serum and it is suggested an apparent polyclonal gammopathy. What is that?
Active immune system: The part of blood that contains antibodies is gamma globulin. Polyclonal refers to the fact that many different antibodies are present. The increase in quantity reflects a broadly activated immune system cranking out lots of antibodies. This is common in autoimmune disease and is not a concern. Read more
How does having polyclonal gammopathy correlate with lupus- I have lupus and polyclonal gammopathy does having this mean you have a more severe form of lupus, they did an spep be4 lupus and I had that?
Polyclonal gamma pat: Polyclonal gammoparhy is seen frequently in chronic inflammation/ autoimmune disorder etc. Lupus is certainly one of the condition that causes/ associated with polyclonal gammopathy. The presence of polyclonal gammopathy does not tell you whether the lupus will be more severe or less severe. Discuss with your rheumatologist further. Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Need more info: All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, What is total gamma globulin level? If it is more than 2.0 gm/dL it needs to be evaluated. There are many causes of polyclonal gammopathy., and some of those are serious. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What does elevated Igg-2364 and gamma globulin 2.2 mean with polyclonal gammopathy and Kappa and lambda typing increased?
Nothing serious: Polyclonal gammopathy does not have the seriousness of monoclonal gammpathy. Firstly your IgG and total globulin levels are only mildly elevated, so It may not mean any disease. One cause is chronic inflammation (infections) such as Chronic arthritis or chronic liver disease, conditions which can be checked out or ruled out easily if you ask your doctor and seek his/her advice about it. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can you explain what this might mean: "apparent polyclonal gammopathy: igm. Kappa and lambda increased". Immunoglobulin m is also high at 437.?
What is a polyclonal gammopathy? Dr did protein serum test, a2, beta, gamma and crp is high. High wbc anc is also high, with tear drop cells 25%
Go to your doctor: You need to have a hematologist review the results. If your doctor ordered these tests, they should review the results with you. Read more
Slightly elevated beta fraction from serum protein electrophoresis. Beta 1.07 (high) (0.52-0.98) increased beta fraction, no monoclonal or polyclonal gammopathy seen. Immunofixation normal.
What would cause constant recurring goosebumps in left leg for no reason? . Have neuropathy as well. Normal brain MRI but have polyclonal gammopathy.
Neuropathy: Goosebumps are caused by stimulation of the autonomic system - which innervate the small muscles attached to each hair. Anything that causes an adrenaline rush or other activation of your sympathetic nerves (such as fear, or cold) will cause goose bumps (also known as "pilo erection"). It's also possible this is caused by a condition called autonomic hyperreflexia. Talk with your neurologist. Read more
Been diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy blood test showed high immunoglobulin m w/polyclonal gammopathy. Kappa/lambda increase. Possible meaning?
PlasmaCellDIsorder: May have plasma cell disorder/multiple myeloma. Plasma cells are a type of white blood cells that produces immunoglobulin (antibodies). Multiple myeloma is a cancerous or excessive proliferation of these plasma cells which may lead to excessive high levels of calcium/bone pain/renal failure/anemia (low blood counts). Need to see hematologist (blood doctor specialist). Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
According to mayo clinic were the diease was discovered. No treatment is required for people diagnosed with monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance (mgus).
About 20 percent of people with mgus develop a more serious condition, such as multiple myeloma or other cancers or blood disorders. Therefore, careful observation and follow-up are important. Read more
See below: A gammopathy is an abnormal gammaglobulin or gammaglobulin level. A monoclonal gammopathy is a single abnormal protein that can indicate a bone marrow cancer called multiple myeloma, or a lymphoma. Further evaluation is required to determine if a monoclonal gammopathy represents a serious disease. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Blood & urine tests: Mgus is the presence of an abnormal protrein in the blood made by a type of white blood cell called a plasmacyte. In most cases, it is at a low level and is something that just has to be followed. However, it can be the precursor of the disease called multiple myeloma and as such a hematologist or medical oncologist will order tests to rule this out which may include blood, urine and simple x-rays. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My IgM level went from normal to very low. Down to 28. What is going on? I am being followed for biclonal gammopathy. Should I worry
Blood urine and bone:
Blood tests. A serum protein electrophoresis.
Urine tests. Urine tests may be performed to determine if the abnormal protein is being released in the urine or to diagnose any kidney damage as a result of the protein.
Bone marrow tests. A bone marrow biopsy may be completed to determine the severity of the problem. Read more
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