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Immune Deficiency Treatment

Immune deficiency treatment with the highest success rate is available by the most respected allergists at Allergy & Asthma Consultants. immune deficiency treatment in most cases at our four metro Atlanta locations in Sandy Springs, Roswell, Duluth and Cumming, Georgia.

When part of the body’s immune system is either absent or not functioning properly, it can result in an immune deficiency disease. When the cause is hereditary or genetic, it’s called a primary immunodeficiency disease (PIDD).

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In the most common PIDDs, different forms of these cells called immunoglobulins are missing, creating a pattern of repeated infections, severe infections and/or infections that are unusually hard to cure. These infections attack the skin, the ears, the brain or spinal cord, the respiratory system, or the urinary or gastrointestinal tracts.

PIDD can target specific organs, glands, cells and tissues. Some PIDDs cause heart defects, others alter facial features, some stunt normal growth and others are connected to autoimmune disorders like rheumatoid arthritis.

Located in the Atlanta metro area with 4 convenient locations and same day appointment, Allergy & Asthma consultants offers effective immune deficiency treatment.


Serious PIDDs commonly become apparent during infancy. Milder forms often take a pattern of recurring infections before PIDD is suspected. In some cases, a PIDD may not be diagnosed until a patient reaches their 20s or 30s.

Important indicators for PIDD include:

Some immunodeficiency disorders are not hereditary or genetic. A secondary immune deficiency disease occurs when the immune system is compromised due to an environmental factor, such as HIV, chemotherapy, severe burns or malnutrition.

The diagnosis will be made with blood tests including tests to see if the individual has a good response to vaccinations. If there are low immunoglobulin levels or a poor response to vaccinations, then IgG immunoglobulin therapy may be indicated.


PIDD research is making great strides, improving treatment options and enhancing the quality of life for most people with these complex conditions.

If you or your child are experiencing these symptoms, you want the best care available. The award-winning allergy/immunology physicians on the Allergy & Asthma Consultants staff has specialized training and expertise to accurately diagnose and coordinate a PIDD treatment plan.

Contact one of our convenient offices to schedule an appointment with one of our award winning Doctors and get the help you need with immune deficiency treatment.