Re: High IgM, low IgG (subclass 4) elevated WBC
Have you seen an immunologist?
It might be a good idea to determine if you have a primary immune deficiency. Sinus infections, joint inflammation, and gastrointestinal issues are all part of this diagnosis.
It might be an idea to ask, as most physicians dont think to test for it, even if IGG levels are low.
If you check out the Immune Deficiency Foundation website, there is a lot of information on this disease and how it is diagnosed and treated.
There are a number of publications that you can ******** as pdf files,and take to your doctor. That way your doctor might be learning something, and can help you at the same time.