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26-12-2014 10:48 #11
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24-02-2015 16:22 #12
I really hope you've had a positive start to 2015. Sorry for my belated reply. At long last I managed to look through the results and compare to my own testing. Nothing appeared untoward and although the reference ranges were different in some cases, the actual results look OK.
Immune-wise there are several tests that I didn't see amongst your pics:
- Beta 2 glycoprotein IgG Abs (units SGU). This is part of the anti cardiolipin antibodies (ACA) work up.
- Anti phospholipid antibodies
- Anti thyroid antibodies (thyroglobulin & thyroid peroxidase)
You might have had them another time, but if you have no record of it then I'd start with these. Your GP, gyno or FS should be happy to run them, they are quite routine. There are more specialised tests that my reproductive immunologist Dr Matthias runs. I know they consist of lymphocyte surface markers, but I don't know the specifics and I don't have copies of my results. I highly recommend you seek a phone consult with him if you continue to have difficulty maintaining a pregnancy, but hopefully it won't come to that.
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