My 2 year old son has now had 4 different test for an IgA Deficancy all with different results. The first test in April showed extreamly low levels of IgA (<4). The next test in May showed an IgA level of 200 (extreamly high). The next test in June showed a level of 24, and his last test Monday showed a "low IgA level" according to the doctor. So he has to have another test next month to either confirm or not the IgA deficancy diagnosis. He also has a history of antibiotic allergies. If anybody knows what could be causing the extream variances in the IgA levels, please let me know. His doctors just keep saying "It's strange, will restest him in a month." Thanks!!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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