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What does an elevated anti-streptococcal antibody titer mean? Is this bad for my child?

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Dr. Mark Diamond
Pediatrics
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In brief: No

This means your child had a previous strep infection and had an immune respone which is a good thing.
The elevation does tell us when the infection was active.So rely on what symptoms your child has and ask advice of your doctor.

In brief: No

This means your child had a previous strep infection and had an immune respone which is a good thing.
The elevation does tell us when the infection was active.So rely on what symptoms your child has and ask advice of your doctor.
Dr. Mark Diamond
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Dr. PREM Menon
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology

In brief: MEANS INFECTION WITH

May be due to recurrent on ongoing strep group disease.

In brief: MEANS INFECTION WITH

May be due to recurrent on ongoing strep group disease.
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