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I had allergy test2 done and was trying to figure out if I am. It was the wheat gfr IGG. These were my results: Wheat F4 IGG 5.2. ?

I had allergy test2 done and was trying to figure out if I am. It was the wheat gfr IGG. These were my results: Wheat F4 IGG 5.2. ?

... high...: Wheat F4 igG is <2 mcg/ml; at 5.2 mcg/ml is higher than its normal. How is this result correlated with your clinical profile? Ask your ordering doctor since s/he possesses more specific info about your clinical profile than anyone online. ...Read more

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My one year old child has anti transglutaminas IgG is positive what does it mean ? Has he a wheat allergy?

My one year old child  has anti transglutaminas IgG is positive what does it mean ? Has he a wheat allergy?

Pedia consult: May be. To rule out celiac disease as well. Kiondly see a pediatrician for you baby. Address it as early as possible. Be blessed. Drbelga. ...Read more

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Vca IgG positive what is it?

Epstein-Barr: The anti-ebv (vca) igg is used for the confirmation of a prior infection with epstein-barr virus. Especially if one is looking for a mononucleosis infection. ...Read more

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What causes IgG deficency ?

What causes IgG deficency    ?

Many causes: If your IgM and IgA levels are normal or high, it's likely you have one of the still-not-fully-understood genetic glitches that come under the heading of "common variable immunodeficiency" which is very common. If your IgG is just a wee bit below the published "normal", consider ignoring it, but if one or more classes is way low, you deserve an official diagnosis. ...Read more

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Hepa patient with IgG shows what?

Hepa patient with IgG shows what?

Hepatitis? IgG4?: May need more information, but will venture to say anti-virus IgG in cases of viral hepatitis signifies an immune response. Diagnostically, need to know about the specific test to comment (eg IgG to HBsAg?). Also, for non-viral hepatitis, the total serum IgG4 is measured as a screen for autoimmune hepatitis. ...Read more

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Do family practice doctors do igg?

They can: Igg levels can be ordered by any doctor. However, they need to be correctly interpreted. ...Read more

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How accurate are IgG and IgE testing?

How accurate are IgG and IgE testing?

Very.: Generally pretty definitive. Testing for immunoglobulin is done by a highly sensitive and specific method. ...Read more

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What is the reason of decrease in igg?

What is the reason of decrease in igg?

Several: Igg is a protein made by our bodies that specifically fights infections. Low igg levels can be caused by insufficient production of igg or increased losses of igg through the gut or urine. ...Read more

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Is an IgG level of 3.5g/l significantly low?

Is an IgG level of 3.5g/l significantly low?

Lowish: It's not going to make you sick, though. The strong medications you're taking may account for the value being down a bit. We all have much more igg than we need, and you do yourself a disservice by worrying overmuch about lab values -- "reference ranges" are simply where most people fall, not "ideal ranges for optimal health." this value may well be right for you. Best wishes. ...Read more