My daughter found out she has IgA deficiency/what is that?

Immune problem. Iga is an antibody produced by our immune system. It can be found in the blood but is mainly secreted into mucous membranes -- sinuses for example. It is the most common immunodeficiency. Go to www.Primaryimmune.Org for some really good info on IgA deficiency.
Maybe no issue. Ig a is one of the 5 known immunoglobulins in human. Isolated IgA deficiency occurs in 1/500 of the population and is not usually associated with susceptibility to infections unless there is an igg deficiency as well. If she appears healthy otherwise, don't worry about it. On the other hand, was the blood test obtained because she gets frequent sinus or lung infections in the first place?

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My 2 1/2 yr old daughter has vcfs (22q11.2 deletion syndrome) with this she has an IgA deficiency & recurrent bronchitis. I need a helpful website.

22q and you site. Hi lily, the children's hospital of philadelphia (chop) has a great site for parents and health care providers called "22q and you center". http://www.chop.edu/service/22q-and-you-center/home.html. They take online questions, and have links to support groups for kids, teens, and families. I'd also recommend family voices (familyvoices.Org) --a great site with info on advocating for your child. Read more...
Other sites. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/pmc2805186/ is a 30-year review by dr. Shprintzen & http://www.Vcfsef.Org/ is the site for the national support group. The chop website is a great resource. I'm just adding these for your information & support, not to overwhelm you. Rearing a child with a neurodevelopmental disorder is a marathon, not a sprint, so please take good care of yourself. Read more...