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Wheat Gf4 Igg
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
My one year old child has anti transglutaminas IgG is positive what does it mean ? Has he a wheat allergy?
How can i treat food sensitivities (IGG)to wheat, dairy, and eggs? Causes bloating & constipation. Seemed to develop after many courses of antibiotics
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
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
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