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What does it mean if IgM and IgA levels drop lower?
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Dr. Barbara Stark Baxter
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
In brief: IgM and IgA
Low levels of IgA and IgM may mean that you have an immune deficiency.
If they are only slightly low and your igg is normal and you are able to respond to vaccines and do not have a lot of infections, there may be nothing to worry about. We need a lot of history and additional blood tests to understand what any particular level of antibodies in the blood means.

In brief: IgM and IgA
Low levels of IgA and IgM may mean that you have an immune deficiency.
If they are only slightly low and your igg is normal and you are able to respond to vaccines and do not have a lot of infections, there may be nothing to worry about. We need a lot of history and additional blood tests to understand what any particular level of antibodies in the blood means.
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