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Topic: Can elevated c4a cause symptoms itself?
Member # 128
Hi Everyone. I'm back after a long hiatus.
Does anyone know if in addition to Lyme symptoms which elevate c4a levels, symptoms could be caused by an elevated c4a level itself?
I thought I saw somewhere, not sure where, that elevated c4a levels can decrease oxygen levels in the blood.
I thought mine was high but not as high as others here. 15,000 or so.
Thanks very much.
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Member # 15774
I would like to know about this too!
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