I have a tentative dx of chronic fatigue based on physical symptoms
and bloodtest results. I am wondering if you could explain to me
the significance of the results and if this will improve in time.
The results of immunoglobulins are all low, specifically, IgG and IgA
being half the low normal and the IgM just under the low normal. Also
in the protein electrophoresis report I have decreased gamma as a comment
with gamma globulin being half the low normal value. The A1 and B globulins
are high. Does this mean anything?My doctor cannot tell me and I'm waiting
to see a specialist in infectious diseases this fall. He did say that my
postive result to CMV latex screen which further testing said CMV1gm
(Elisa) negative meant that I had the virus but over 6 months ago.Since
I first got sick last Oct could this have been the virus that lead to cfs??
Sorry this is so long but i don't know any doctors who treat cfs.
Thanks for the question but this is out of our area of specialty. You need to repost this question on thye general forum. At our institution these conditions are cared for by the rheumatologists. Sorry we can not be of more help.
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