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 What is G6P deficiency?

Answer Glucose 6 phosphate dehydrogenase is an enzyme necessary for the metabolism of red blood cells. Its deficiency leads to hemolytic anemia usually triggered by exposure to some drugs.
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Can HIV cause an IgM deficiency?

IgM helps the body fight infection. HIV does not cause a decrease in IgM. However, other pre-existing or co-existing diseases, such as leukemia (blood cancers) can cause reduction in IgM in an HIV ... Read More »
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What Is ADA Deficiency?

Adenosine deaminase (ADA) deficiency is an inherited disorder that affects the immune system. This disorder is considered a type of severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID). Extremely rare and often... Read More »
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DO I have a deficiency?

Maybe you're not eating enough fats? Because chocolate and cheese are both high in fats - maybe it's your body trying to tell you something.
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Does a vitamin D deficiency cause this?

I would be concerned with thyroid & recommend the at home Barnes Basal Temperature test - but according to this article - Hair loss and rickets are the primary symptoms of vitamin D deficiency.Art... Read More »
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