I just got back a test in which my T-IgE levels were a 2.25, and the normal range is 3.5-58.7. The lab says that "this is a depressed level for this age, atopic allergy unlikely. If other immunoglobulins depressed, consider immune deficiency disorder." This same test also found me not having any IgE allergies to anything except house dust.
I've had 4 AIDS tests in the past 2 years, so I don't know what to make of this result. Any ideas?
Re: Depressed T-IgE levels?
Posted by Walt Stoll on February 24, 1999 at 13:12:02:
In Reply to: Depressed T-IgE levels? posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on February 23, 1999 at 22:55:14:
One's immunity has to be pretty depressed before this level goes down (in MY experience). Since this test is not very accurate, however, if this were me I would insist on repeating the test to see if it was very different.
ALSO, there are many things one can do to help bring up their own immunity and you can get those references & protocols in most healthfood store book sections. MY book has many of them listed in the bibliography.