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... I believe tonsillitis causes elevated ASO titer. ... (1 replies)
... Has any more testing been done then just checking the ASO level? ... (1 replies)
... for about a two years now. i also have chondromalacia patella which i went to physical therapy for and flat feet which i have orthotics for. I also have had an elevated ASO level for more than two years i took ammoxicillin for almost all that time and it didnt really help. ... (1 replies)

... From what i see an high ASO titer could mean a bacteria infection or some other kind of infection, or could be just normal if you had fought off a flu or cold-even if you didn't know you were sick. I'm not sure what to say. If you feel tired and have other problems that start showing up, maybe it could be thryroid, but it seems to cause more problems with energy than joint... (7 replies)
... All were listed within normal limits except the ASO titer. ... (7 replies)
... fatigue. Everything came back normal except the ASO titer. It was at 651. ... (7 replies)
... Performing research for almost the exact same symptoms as the other posters, I came across this post. I am also going through a returning auto-immune situation, but 15 years since it's last occurance. My first time I went through it, I was very text book, but this time I have no other positive or problematic tests on my arthritis profile but my antistreptolysin O AB, which... (7 replies)
... I can not believe I have read your entry. I too am 44 and have EVERY symptom that you have. I see that you submitted this about a year ago. Are you still active on this message board? If so I need some advice on how to proceed with this very debilitating problem. Please respond.Carol1104 THANK-YOU (7 replies)
... Just remember don't just write of things because you tested normal. Things like Lupus, Lyme, RA, the tests are poor at best. Thats all i wanted to add. (7 replies)
... Thanks, I guess I'll have to wait and see what the biopsy of my thyroid says. Meanwhile, I am still supposed to see a Rheumatologist sometime in the next month. Thank you for your insight. Take care. (7 replies)
... Could you tell me what they checked? Then i could maybe help you out. And could you put a whole list of your symptoms? (7 replies)
... current infection, as strept should be treated to eradicate it, if there is any chance of rheumatic fever. That said, with lots of other antibodies positive, the ASO could be a false positive, and your immune system is just overproducing antibodies to substances you have been exposed to in past. ... (2 replies)
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Jul 15, 2012
... testing. This usually involves an ANA for lupus, an RA factor for rheumatoid, a sed rate and CRP for general inflammation, and sometimes a uric acid for gout and ASO titer for strept related arthritis, if history or exam is suggestive. ... (11 replies)
... i am suffering from severe ankle pain,heel pain and achillis tendon pain and i couldnt walk-7 days ...and i have similar illness in th past and i was told to have penicillin once in 21 days-6 my aso titre is 200&my crp is elevated...what is my diagnosis?should i continue my penicillin (2 replies)
... streptolysin O is a test used to detect poststreptococcal diseases. ASO testing is a procedure that demonstrates the presence of antibodies generated by the body against infections by group A Streptococcus. ... (6 replies)

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