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What is your (or your PA Child\'s) IgE Level?
OK - It's 2 weeks since I heard what my PA's son's IgE levels are, and I still can't get it out of my mind. When I first heard about his level, I was horrified - thinking that he was WAY high, then MommaBear responded with her son's levels and that made me feel better, His were higher than Mike's. But then it is still sitting in the back of my head, just because her son's were higher than mine doesn't make my son's any less high. Does that make any sense? Anyway - I was hoping for more input on this topic - if I had several people's numbers to compare to rather than just one, I'd hopefully get a sense of how extreme his numbers were.
My son is 3 years old and his level was 145 - a 2 to 3 year old's level should be from 0 - 24.
MommaBear responded that her son's level was an 850. But I don't know what age he is, and what the 'normal' range is for that age.
Is there any one else out there that knows what your total IgE levels are, and what the 'norm' is for your age?
Mom to 7 year old twins Ben & Mike
One PA since 13 months
One PA since 7 years
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