Top
10
Doctor insights on: What Are The Major Side Effects Of Solar The Anti Ig E Drug

Share
2

2
How does anti-ige treatment work?

How does anti-ige treatment work?

Decoupling: Allergic illness occur when allergens activate mast cells releasing biochemicals. Allergens interact with mast cells through ige antibodies attached to mast cell receptors. Each ige antibody is specific for an allergen. Ige lasts for months but ultimately degrades & must be replaced. Anti-ige blocks the replacement process. Mast cells become denuded of ige & can no longer respond to allergens. ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer
3

3
Is food allergy can be treated through immunotherapy or anti IgE therapy ?

Is food allergy can be treated through immunotherapy or anti IgE therapy  ?

No: It is not recommended to use immunotherapy for treatment of food allergy. There are studies being done to try to desensitize by giving small amounts of the food frequently but these are still in a research phase. Anti-ige treatment with omulazimab is approve for asthma treatment in the us and it will often make the patient less reactive to foods they are allergic to. ...Read more

4

4
Doc,safe to take a pill of probiotic everyday?can it cause hives,allergies and any other side effects? I had high IGe .any relation to probiotics ?

Doc,safe to take a pill of probiotic everyday?can it cause hives,allergies and any other side effects? I had high IGe .any relation to probiotics ?

Usually: Most people can tolerate probiotics but extremely high doses can cause gastrointestinal upset. I am not aware of any link to hives or allergic diseases. In fact, there are studies showing that probiotics may lower the chance of developing eczema for infants. Do note that not all probiotics are created equal and different strains may be needed for different folks- thus no universal good guy. ...Read more

5

5
I wanted to know is breathing problem a side effect of medicines I am taking for IGE?

I wanted to know is breathing problem a side effect of medicines I am taking for IGE?

Need more info: IgE (immunoglobulin E) is the class of antibodies that is associated with allergies and allergic asthma. You don't tell me what medications you are taking. I suspect that your breathing problems are associated with asthma. However, need more information for a coherent answer. ...Read more

6

6
I have a high IgE reading up to 2000. What could be the causes of this. Also get swollen tongue quite often, with ridges on side from teeth.

I have a high IgE reading up to 2000.  What could be the causes of this.  Also get swollen tongue quite often, with ridges on side from teeth.

Allergic bruxism?: The scalloped ridges on the side of your tongue likely are from nighttime clenching or tooth grinding. In 1980 marks published an article in the ajo about the link between bruxism and allergies in children. It is available on pubmed. See your allergist and dentist for treatment. ...Read more

7

7
I am suffering from urticaria hives. My doctor have tried anti histaminics but of no use. Ige test values were on higher side. What should I do?

I am suffering from urticaria hives. My doctor have tried anti histaminics but of no use. Ige test  values were on higher side. What should I do?

Alternatives: First, has your doctor tried you on antihistamine up to 4 times daily? Other alternatives include immunomodulators, xoliar (a hybrid antibody to bind the ige), and some times a histamine-2 "blocker" or leukotriene modifier. An allergist would be your best option. ...Read more

See 2 more doctor answers
9

9
My neurological symptoms have stumped the doctors.....?

My neurological symptoms have stumped the doctors.....?

YOU HAVE:: A proven skin punch biopsy diagnosis of small fiber neuropathy, and you possess one of the many causes of such an entity. Could be pre-diabetes, but with the ANA issues, might look further into collagen vascular categories. Other considerations, include Celiac disease, Sjogren's, HIV, paraproteinemias, B-12, etc. Would check anti-GM-1 with IgG, IgM, as you might have an autoimmune sensory neuropathy, and might respond to a course of IVIG. Can you visit a neuromuscular specialist? ...Read more

See 2 more doctor answers