Our expert says:
Low Gammaglobulin levels can be caused by smoking, excessive exercise, it can be genetic, it can be a primary disease of the immunity system, it can also be caused by radiation, cortisone, cancer drugs or phenytoin (an antiepilepsy drug). Often the cause is not found.
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