So I went to one of the main hospitals in Norway with a igG2 deficiency, and in that context I did thorough immunological blood tests. There were some deficiencies, but I dont know what they mean. They said that they see it in a lot of autoimmune diseases.. (I got tested for the known ones). The main imunnological doctor were going to propose that i could have benefit from IVIG to another hospital.. They results were: B-CD3 (t-cells) 436*10E6/L 800-2400 (under the reference area) B-CD4 (t-cells) 286 * 10E6/L 500-1400 (under the reference area) B-CD8 (t-cells) 152 * 10E6/L 200-1000 (under the reference area) B-CD19 (B-cells) 60 * 10E6/L 100-150 (under the reference area) B-CD4+ naive t-cells 99.0 % of cd4 reference area: 25.0-71.0 (over the reference area) The lab workers wrote in this context: "Approximately 33 % of the CD4+ T-lymphocytes are CD45RA and CDRO double positive. This finding has uncertain meaning, and should be controlled with new tests at a later time. The rest of the T-cell subpopulations has normal distribution. Also: TSH 3.8 (0.50-3.6) (over the reference area) And borderline: B-plasmablasts: 0.4. Reference area: 0.3-5.1. LD, albumin. albumin( electrophoresis) were also above the reference area. Anyone have any insights.. Would you be so kind to share your thoughts @Jonathan Edwards?