For adults, elevated levels of immunoglobulin E or IgE are above 423 international units per milliliter of blood, according to WebMD. Normal values of IgE rest between 3 and 423 international units per milliliter of bloo... More »

According to WebMD, a variety of allergens can cause high levels of immunoglobulin E. IgE is a class of antibodies that are found in the lungs, the mucous membranes and the skin of mammals.Like other antibodies, IgE reac... More »

Someone with high blood sugar has a higher-than-normal amount of glucose in the blood, states the American Diabetes Association. Blood sugar increases when someone does not make enough insulin or does not have a normal r... More »

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Normal immunoglobulin E, or IgE, levels in children are 10 international units per milliliter for 1-year-olds. These levels increase to 100 international units per milliliter by the age range of 13 to 16, according to th... More »

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A normal IgE level ranges from 0 to 380 international units per milliliter, according to the Marshall University School of Medicine. IgE is an antibody that binds to allergens and triggers an inflammatory response. More »

A normal IgE level for an adult is between 3 and 423 international units per milliliter or 3 to 423 kilo-international units per liter, states WebMD. Allergies, certain cancers, autoimmune diseases and infections cause e... More »

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A high level of immunoglobulin A in the blood is indicative of a possible autoimmune disease, such as rheumatoid arthritis or systemic lupus erythematosus, according to WebMD. High IgA levels are also associated with liv... More »