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... Reactive Protein gets during a pain flare? ... (5 replies)
... reactive protein or CRP is found in the liver and accumulates there in reaction to inflammation. ... (2 replies)
... Reactive Protein test which is a non specific test for inflamatory processing was strongly positive. ... (2 replies)

C-Reactive Protein
Aug 26, 2004
... Reactive Protein." I had just got the results of my most recent lab testing from my Rheumatologist office as I had them fax this to me today. ... (7 replies)
... I have had elevated C reactives when my RA is not under control and never had a positive RF yet, I am considered seronegative. ... (5 replies)
... reactive protein to be slightly high. You may have much more wrong with your blood test and yet, it has nothing to do with RA. ... (3 replies)
... Seeing rheumatologist on Tuesday. ... (3 replies)
... My wife was recently dignosed as having reactive arthritis for the past 30 years or so. ... (1 replies)
... This last blood test was requested by a neurologist. Maybe if I see a rheumatologist, the blood tests will be more comprehensive. At this point, I'm frustrated, not scared. I really don't care what I have, I just want to know what it is so I can get proper treatment for it. I'm tired of having my legs bother me all the time. I just want to sit or lay down in peace. (14 replies)
... I'm a "frustrating" case as my new rheumatologist puts it. ... (4 replies)
... Yes, please get an ANA blood test for lupus, and see a rheumatologist. You can have RA without a positive RA blood test, and a rheumaologist is the best kind of Dr. to check out these inflammatory arthritis conditons. A sedimentation rate and C-reactive protein test may also be helpful to support the diagnosis-they are not elevated in osteoarthritis but often are in... (1 replies)
... Hello everyone, I'm new here (just registered) and I figured I'd seek some wisdom from people that have been through this before because I'm in the dark and the dark is a bit scary. Here's my story: six weeks ago I woke up with a sore left foot. I went to work and it seemed to get a bit better as I worked (I walk all day long setting up audio visual equipment in a... (0 replies)
... ral markers for inflammation. Means you have inflammation somewhere in the body but what kind, they don't say. that is where you need additional testing that the rheumatologist will do. ... (1 replies)
... h because it had changed so much since being on the prednisone. But to make a long story short I had a follow up with a new Doctor and she did some lab work. My C reactive protein level is 32.1 and my Sed rate is 58. ... (1 replies)
... I am looking for some ideas of what to do next as far as tests or possibilities of a diagnosis for my pain. It started three years ago (though I didnít know it at the time) with pain in my right wrist (what I know now is my basal thumb joint). I was told I sprained it and given a splint to wear for a few weeks. The pain went away and came back every once in a while. I would... (0 replies)
... gave me cortisone injections along with 6 weeks of physical therapy. After 3 weeks of PT, the therapist said he thought I should see a rheumatologist since I wasn't improving, and that my issues didn't seem mechanical in nature. ... (18 replies)
... after being dx'd with the osteo a few years and I was still suffering pain, I was referred to a rheumatologist who examined me and told me I also have fibromyalgia and put me on some type of medication and gave me a follow up visit. ... (6 replies)
... Rays were also normal, but she re3ffered me to a rheumatologist anyways. ... (4 replies)
... Yes. While most people with RA will at least have a raised sedimentation rate and/or C-reactive protein(both of which are tests that show inflammation but not what kind..just general) you can have RA and not have a positive test for RA. Up to 25% of people who have RA test negative. And there is a whole sub-set of inflammatory arthritis diseases called the "sero-negative"... (15 replies)
... Last years.. c reactive protein and sed rate were very high. Over the years...sed rates have always been high when I am in a crisis or flare as they call them. ... (14 replies)

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