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Active or Inactive Virus?

Discussion in 'Antivirals, Antibiotics and Immune Modulators' started by nicwea, Mar 25, 2015.

  1. nicwea

    nicwea

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    Hello,

    I'm fairly new and just received by blood work from my doctor. My appointment to discuss these results is not for a few weeks but wondered if anybody knows what this means?

    IgA2 - 12 (Low)

    IgG1 - 279 (Low)
    IgG2 - 203 (Low)
    IGG Serum - 519 (Low)

    Chlamydophila Pneumo AB - 1.64 (High)
    Mycoplasma Pneumoniae AB - 1.9 (High)
    EBV VCA - 4.06 (High)
    EBV Nuclear - 4.48 (High)
    HSV 6 Ab - 1.40 (High)
    Parvovirus B19 AB - 3.1 (High)

    NK Cells, Functional - 19 (In Range)

    Thank you.
     
  2. Slicky

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    High IgG viral titers are usually indicative of a fairly recent past infection. High IgM viral titers are usually indicative of a current infection. You do not indicate if your viral titers are IgM or IgG, so it is hard to say which you are dealing with.

    What did your doc say?
     
  3. nicwea

    nicwea

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    My doctor said I have Common Variable Immunodeficiency. I will be treated with IVIG. I have no active viruses. I am so glad to actually have a direction in which to go. :)
     

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