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What Does A Low Ig M Mean
what is difference between IgM and IgG for western blot for lyme. positive for IgM but not IgG, what does that mean? tks
Recent infection: Hi. IgM is present only with recent infection. After IgM levels fall away, IgG takes over for ongoing and recurrent exposure to antigen. (The antibodies in this picture are IgG's). I'm glad your doc was on the ball. She/he may have saved you a world of hurt by making the diagnosis promptly. Good luck! ...Read more
What does low IgA & low IgM mean? My son is 20 months. Always sick & just got over an infection in his foot that came up out of no where....
Weak immunity: Your baby may have a decreased ability to fight infections called an immunodeficiency. In infancy some of these problems are transient resolving with time. Others are persistent. If these are the only tests that were done more will be needed for a precise diagnosis. Discuss with your baby's pediatrician whether a consultation with a pediatric immunologist may be helpful. ...Read more
Maybe nothing?: Igm is a type of antibody you make to help fight infections. Slightly low igm by itself may not mean anything (i.e., your nature level). If it is very low, or other antibodies are also low (or not functioning), it may be a sign of immune deficiency that can lead to more infections. If you have ?S, see a clinical immunologist. They can help determine if your immune system is functioning properly. ...Read more
Low IgM: Low IgM levels in and of themselves are not common, but can occur. If they occur with low IgG levels or with other clinical symptoms the diagnosis can be different. Isolated low IgM can be caused by a variety of factors, and often eventually resolves. See an immunologist for further evaluation to determine the cause. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Immune test: The body normally makes immunoglobulins iga, igg, igm, ige and igd. Low or absent IG levels are seen in patients with recurrent infections. A low igm level that is clinically relevant usually occurs in the presence of a low igg and/or IgA level. It is always best to treat a patient, not a number. If a person is otherwise healthy and only has lower igm, usually no worries. ...Read more
High white cell?: Low IgM per se is unlikely to be of major clinical importance but a persistently high WBC requires further evaluation by a hematologist in the absence of an acute or chronic infection. On the other hand, a transiently elevated WBC (no more than a week duration) is likely from an acute infection be it viral or bacterial. ...Read more
My brucella IgG came back 0.03 and IgM 0.07. What does that mean? Also does that mean that I have a low immune system? Please help! thank you
My son has had bloods done there is low levels of IgA and igm. But IgG is normal what does this mean?
Make sure the: Report was interpreted in the context of your son's age. The normals are not the same as adults. ...Read more
My 2yr son has been doing infusion treatment for over a yr now for.low IgG and his IgM is still very low what does thar mean?
What does low IgG subclass 1 mean, 219 (422-1292) & IGM serum is high, 486 (40-230). Please explain what this means. I am always tired & I take b12.
See an immunologist: A 63 year old female with low IgG subclass 1 and elevated IgM, also with fatigue. A low IgG1 with normal total IgG could indicate a selective IgG subclass deficiency. But this value alone doesn't really tell us much. You need further evaluation by an immunologist to take a good history, learn about your infectious history, and obtain more loans - specifically response to vaccine challenge. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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