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Do i worry for repeat, non anaphalatic unicap tryptase 15? And mature tryptase <1; IgE 28; occasional low WBC & neutrophils, asthma, itch, allergies?

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Dr. Frances Ilozue
Family Medicine
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In brief: Very unclear

You need further evaluation and clarification regarding the significance of your test results.
Schedule appointment with your doctor and present you questions for specific answers.

In brief: Very unclear

You need further evaluation and clarification regarding the significance of your test results.
Schedule appointment with your doctor and present you questions for specific answers.
Dr. Frances Ilozue
Dr. Frances Ilozue
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Dr. Chevies Newman
Obstetrics & Gynecology

In brief: Well

Im not an allergist but if your not having an acute "anaphylaxis" not to worry.
What r u using now? Singular with Flonase and an antihistamine can make a big difference; an albuterol and steroid inhaler can be helpful as well. The slightly low WBC shouldn't worry you. Are you sleeping well? Having anxiety issues or mood problems. If so all these problems, or your experience with them, is worse.

In brief: Well

Im not an allergist but if your not having an acute "anaphylaxis" not to worry.
What r u using now? Singular with Flonase and an antihistamine can make a big difference; an albuterol and steroid inhaler can be helpful as well. The slightly low WBC shouldn't worry you. Are you sleeping well? Having anxiety issues or mood problems. If so all these problems, or your experience with them, is worse.
Dr. Chevies Newman
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