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Low IgM in the blood test report. What does it mean?

what does it mean that my igM is low 26, WBC 13.5, MCV 73, MCH 23.6, Neutrophils 9.5. RNP Antibodies 1.6, Vtamin D 13.7,Cmplement C4 47, Compliment C3 176, C-reactive protein 30.9, Red cell distribution width 15.7, Anisocytosis 1+, Microcytosis 1+, Platelet Morphology large platlets present, red blood cell count 5.51, CKMB 0.5, Albumin globulin ratio 1 please let me know what your diagnosis would be.
Asked On : Tue, 4 Dec 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2012
hello, welcome to HCM, I am Dr. Das.
Every pathological report should be corroborated with the clinical history. So, it is impractical to comment on a report without knowing what your problem was.
But, it shows presence of acute infection most probably bacterial.
You have also microcytic hypochromic blood picture that means there is either iron deficiency anemia or hemoglobin variants.
You should consult with your treating doctor for this matter.

Answered: Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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