Increased IgE means the patient has increased serum immunoglobins E antibodies in the body. IgE levels can rise for many reasons, like infection, allergy, or asthma. Some food items like soya, peanuts, wheat, and fish can also lead to an increase in IgE.
All the answers published on this website are written by verified Native and Traditional Care Experts. The Content has been moderated by the iCliniq Content Review Team before publication. Post your health questions on iCliniq-Native Care by choosing the right Native Care Specialty and get them answered. Your queries will be answered 24/7 by top Native Care Experts from iCliniq-Native Care.
Query: Hi doctor, I have an IgE level of 396. I often get cold, cough, headaches, hay fever, wheezing. I am allergic to home dust, mites, yeast, soybean, eggs, ginger, and candida albicans. Please suggest medicine. Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Thank you for the reply, I have noted the contents of your mail and reviewed the reports attached (attachment removed to protect the patient's identity). Based on the same, I advise you that you will need long-term homeopathic treatment and regular follow-up from time to time to get the best r... Read Full »
Query: Hello doctor, I have had itching in the groin and waist area for more than two years. My blood report shows an increased IgE level. I am allergic to prawns and crab. I took homeopathy medications but could not get satisfactory relief. Is it possible to reduce IgE levels with homeopathy treatment? ... Read Full »