Re: immunoglobulin question - please help
You're welcome, I feel your frustration, I know how it feels when no one helps. We actually can be born with low igA levels, as far as slightly low igG levels I would not be too concerned at this point, if your husband does not have any new symptoms. But I would definitely repeat them again and then again in the future. This will be the only way to tell if there is something going on. I had mine repeated yesterday, it had been a few months since it was done. I have found through all my years of being sick and having many tests, this immunoglobulin test appears to be the most important test I have taken yet. This pointed me into the right direction in finding the diagnosis. Medical diagnosis is like a jigsaw puzzle you have to have all the pieces. No matter how insignificant the doctor must be told everything that is going on with your husband. Many symptoms can apply to several different diseases but when you add one missing piece it changes the diagnosis. Good luck, keep us posted on how he is doing.
Last edited by bestoldies04; 01-12-2012 at 02:52 PM.