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Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Asca Igg
No: Crohns disease is not caused by s. Cerevisiae. ...Read more
I don't have anti-saccharomyces cerevisiae antibodies (asca's). My doctor still suspects that i might have Crohn's disease. Can one have Crohn's and no asca ab's?
Since fungi can infect the central nervous system due to injections, why do some vaccines contain gmo saccharomyces cerevisiae?
Yeasts: The explanation is a little complicated for the space we have here but the species you mentioned is a common yeast used in wine and bread making. The same way not all bacteria are bad (some of them necessary for gastrointestinal health) other organisms are not bad and can be used for medical purposes. We eat this organism all the time without consequences. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If you have anti-saccharomyces cerivisiae antibodies (asca), can u have negative reactions to foods/drinks containing this beneficial yeast?
Antibodies : Yes but be careful. High amounts of this antibody are found with celiac disease, chrone's disease and a few other disorders. It is not an allergic antibody but rather indicates antibody against mannan in the outer coating of this form of yeast. Cross reactions with other yeasts including candida can occur. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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My ASCA igg is very high, calprotectin is normal do i go for a colonoscopy i have had months of diarrhea and abdominal pain?
I had my gallbladder removed a few moths ago could that be the reason, the doctor is not sure what to do my asca igg is very high panca is normal calprotecting is normal, immunoglobulin A is high do i need a colonoscopy as i have diarrhea and abdominal f
I'm sorry: your doctor doesn't know what to do. You've given little information, but if you have a negative calprotectin, it's likely that you don't have inflammation in your intestines. ASCA IgG is very non-specific, and serum IgA was probably checked to make sure your celiac panel was valid. With a full history and more labs, it would be easier to figure you out. Cholecystectomy may cause diarrhea. ...Read more
Immunoglobulin: IgG or immunoglobulin G is a protein secreted by B cells and is part of your immune system (lymphocytes) trying to eradicate a virus, bacteria or fungus that may have caused an infection. Frankly, I do not think a level of 491 is that high. Ask your physician who obtained this immune function test to explain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What disease?: You need to provide the actual value and the reason why the test was obtained for anyone to answer your question. A low titer gliadin IgG often means nothing especially in the absence of any disease. If you are looking for gluten intolerance, IgA tTG would be a more sensitive test. ...Read more
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