What is a normal level of IGA ?
My son was diagnosed with an IGA deficiency at the age of 3. His level was at a 12. We had him tested again when he was 7 and his level went up to a 17. We had him tested again at the age of almost 9 and his levels went back down to a 12. Question #1 What is a normal level of IGA ? Question #2...
Suffering IGA nephropathy
Dear Sir Iam 28 years old man suffering IGA nephropathy . Before six months my creatine level was 2.70 mg.now my recent lab report it showing 2.1 . what is it means , is it a positive or negetive result. kindly answer my question.
Have IgA deficiency. Should I get yellow fever vaccination?
My IgA level is around 40. I am 34 years old & planning a trip to Africa. I have read on the CDC website that individuals w/ Selective IgA Deficiency should not get a yellow fever vaccination . Some articles consider a low level of IgA as having Selcective IgA Deficiency, while others do not. I...
How to increase my serum albumin levels?
I have just had a blood test that showed that I have serum albumin at 33g/l. I had the test because I m on ppi s for acid reflux and had heard that prolonged use of these drugs caused other issues. I have very low B12, 51ng/l and have started a course of injections. But looking at my test results...
Why is serum ACE test done ?
Hi, Doctor , Age 46 Doctor has given me to Sirum ace level,let me know why this test is done,i am suffering from Joint pain and cough,Done All RA test came normal. Just want to know Sirum ace level is what ?? Need you help Thanks
what do this mean pregnancy is associated with very substantial physiological elevations in serum free alpha subunit level interpreted context pregnancy status
what do you mean by alpha unit.there are lot of alpha unit for lot of proteins.
say if you are talking about alpha feto protein,then in that case it is definitely something you should be concerned about.
but it will be great if you can tell me little more in detail.i would be able to help you with proper advice.
if you hjave a report,kindly attach.
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