What Are the Causes of Low IgG and IgM? | Healthy Living
Sep 30, 2017 · Low lgG can be caused by macroglobulinemia, also referred to as hyper-lgM syndromes. This is a condition where high levels of lgM interfere with the cells that produce lgG, preventing their growth. Other causes include nephritic syndrome, some types of leukemia and common variable immunodeficiency. Research has also noted several other possible ...
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