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Scabies Immune Deficiency
Various tests: Lab tests for igg/iga is one test that can detect an immune deficiency, but there are many immune deficiencies which exist, many of which cannot be detected with an igg/iga alone. See an immunologist for an immune evaluation if you have many frequent serious infections. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Open question: immunodefiency could be primary (born with) or secondary to different causes (medications, viruses, etc), primary immunodeficiencies approach around hundred in number, all are rare, most appear in early infancy or childhood, very few appear for the first time in adulthood, try webmd if you need a more comprehensive answer ...Read more
CVID: Isn't a direct cause for infertility or miscarriage, but female patients under treatment , should be followed closely more often during their prenatal care with their ob and immunologist, IVIG trough levels should be followed closely and dosage adjusted as they advance in pregnancy , good luck ...Read more
Education: Different measures are indicated according to the type and degree of immunodeficiency. All immunodeficient patients should avoid contact with obviously sick individuals. Washing hands and avoiding crowded environments. Antibiotic in prophylaxis doses are a common indication for some conditions. Antibody replacemtns is indicated for those with proven antibody deficiency. ...Read more
Immune Deficiency: Why do we get high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, arthritis? It just happens. Plus, quantity of antibodies does not mean quality. There is much more to simply just an antibody level that allows an immunologist to diagnose an immune deficiency. If you question the diagnosis, seek a 2nd opinion. ...Read more
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