What is the most common immunodeficiency?
Immunodeficiency is a term used to describe a weakened immune system, which makes it difficult for the body to fight off infections. The most common immunodeficiency is Primary Immunodeficiency, which is caused by a genetic defect that affects the development or functioning of the immune system. People with this condition are more susceptible to infections and can experience recurrent or chronic illnesses. Treatment usually involves immunoglobulin therapy or antibiotics to reduce the risk of serious infections.