Hello, HB, welcome to the forum.
Yes, a Candida albicans infestation can definitely cause acne as it’s one of the major symptoms of the infestation.
IgG antibodies indicate either a past or present yeast infection.
IgA antibodies represent a mucosal infection. Mucosal refers to the tissues which produce mucus; have you had a lot of mucus?
The same range of numbers applies to both IgG and lgA.
0.00 represents a low reading.
0.88 and higher represents a high reading.
Considering your readings, 4.9 and 26.1, you can assume that you have a Candida albicans infestation.
For help curing your infestation, you can start reading the posts that are most important for beginning the treatment protocol.
Proper and Safe Cleanse:
Ignore any instructions on this website, including their diet and cleanse, and only go by the forum as the website is very much out of date as far as the newer research on Candida albicans is concerned.
Please let us know if you have questions.