I had a blood test. It came back with a M spike of 7.6. is that considered high or normal?
I am having hairloss issuses and dematologist tested my blood and Mspike of 7.6 was the result
I think it depends on the scale the lab is using. Have you been referred to an oncologist/hematologist? Was it Iga, Igm, or a different m-protein? Do you have lupus?
I do not know at this point and yes I have a appointment with a Hemotologist/Oncologist on Tuesday 3/22/11.
i do not have Lupus as far as I know. i have been having hairloss and extremly tired alot. and when i went in for blood tests I have High liver enzyemes. No answers for that either. Was sent to a demotologist and he just called me on the phone about my M-Spike and made me a appointment with the hemotologist/Oncologist.
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