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FYI-my Immunoglobulin IgG levels were normal back in 2011/beginning of 2012, IgM was low, but neurologist that tested me thought it was insignificant. I was sick then, about 6 months in to being incredibly ill.
Now, my IgG levels are low. My LLMD (lyme literate MD) said that she has seen acquired (versus genetic primary) immune deficiency in a few of her patients. She spoke w/ an immunologist about it a while back and he told her that he thinks it's the chronic infection that causes it to be acquired because otherwise patients would have been constantly ill with infections throughout their entire lives (colds, infections, etc.).
Up until I got lyme, I was very healthy. Hardly ever got ill.
I am seeing an immunologist tomorrow. I don't know much about him, just that one of my LLMDs other patients sees him. I'm hoping he can help and maybe get approval for IVIG based on low IgG levels and chronic infection. The key is, he needs to believe that I do have chronic lyme disease which is obviously rare in most of the medical community.
To be properly evaluated for lyme disease, you need to see a LLMD. Have you seen one yet? There are a couple that I know of in PA. I'm in OH and travel to IN to see a wonderful LLMD. Some of the leading US LLMDS are in D.C. and on the east coast. E-mail me and I can provide more info.