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IGA deficiency and allergies
I got a call from my allergist about bloodwork he had run on my non PA 7 yr old ds. He said he had tested his IGA level and the normal range is from 41-368. The lowest level the test can detect is 14. My ds was below 14. Which means it is either under 14 or non existent.
This explains alot of things about his medical history and apparently has a big involvement with allergies, food allergies, and asthma.
Just wondering if anyone elses kids have this or if you have any information to share about it.
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