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A high level of anti-dsDNA in the blood is strongly associated with lupus and is often significantly increased during or just prior to a flare-up. When the anti-dsDNA is positive and the person tested has other clinical signs and symptoms associated with lupus, it means that the person tested likely has lupus.What does high antibodies count mean?
If you have high levels of antithyroglobulin antibodies in your blood, it may be a sign of serious autoimmune disorder, such as Graves’ disease or Hashimoto thyroiditis. In some cases, you may have antithyroglobulin antibodies in your blood without any specific complications.What is the normal range of antibodies?
Normal values are as follows: TPO antibody: The measured serum level should be less than 9 IU/mL. Anti-Tg antibody: The measured serum level should be less than 4 IU/mL. Thyroid-stimulating immunoglobulin antibody (TSI): This value should be less than 1.75 IU/L.