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SED rate
Oct 29, 2011
... and ankles and elbows and just about everywhere but all I ever had was my sed rate in the high 20's...for years....like 25 years. My doc was steadfast that I didn't have RA....yet. I thought I did. ... (3 replies)
Could this be RA?
Nov 21, 2013
... retired and maybe I can get somewhere. I do have an apt with a rheum on Dec 11 and I really appreciate all of this info so that I can be fully prepared. Would a high WBC be lupus or RA related? ... (20 replies)
Could this be RA?
Nov 21, 2013
... You do NOT have to have a rash to have lupus. There are many symptoms, 11 of which are considered the most important, and you need any 4 of them or more. These are listed in the criteria on the sticky notes at the top of the lupus board here. I would review those and perhaps take the list with checkmarks for your symptoms to your Dr. Are you seeing a rheumatologist? If not,... (20 replies)

... negative, that doesn't mean no positive blood work. Most with RA have a high sed rate and CRP. You may have a high or low white blood cell count. Platelets go up too from RA. And you generally become anemic...an anemia that doesn't respond to iron. ... (2 replies)
... Fibromyalgia does not cause a high sed. rate so you have something inflammatory going on. An increased sed rate does not tell you what kind of inflammation just that there is inflammation. that's why you need the other tests. ... (2 replies)
... law had hyperparathyroid and I don't remember him having all these joint pains. But since you had a high sed rate and CRP despite short term treatment with Pred, I'd suspect some kind of inflammatory arthritis. Your calcium is slightly and a low RA Factor is no big deal. ... (1 replies)
... range for females. There has been a recent trend to raise the upper limit and I personally don't like that, as most people run a sed rate of 5 or less. CRP is normal, but reflects more acute inflammation, where sed rate reflects more chronic inflammation. ... (7 replies)
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... What does everyone think? This is where I'm at. I went to an orthopedic who said based on x ray it is not OA, and now is thinking it's rheumatic. However, he ran the following: CBC = normal RF = normal ANA = normal Sed Rate = normal CRP = high normal at 8.2, but I've had 9.4 one year ago and my endo didn't think it was anything, and said he suspected it would come... (6 replies)
Blood Tests
Jun 21, 2012
... I believe that is why my sed rate and crp has always been high normal. There was a time though about five years ago my sed rate was elevated to like 30 but no other test was abnormal so they watched it. Eventually it climbed down. They related it to IgA Def. ... (3 replies)
Maybe it is?
Jun 20, 2012
... of those with Ra don't have a positive Rf...including me. But I do have a high sed rate, CRP and white blood cell count and chronic anemia which those without a positive Rf have instead. ... (10 replies)
... and the sed rate only tells of inflammation somewhere but gives no ideas of where or what. But a 64 means something is definitely going on... ... (2 replies)
... thank you jenny thank you so much i was kinda thinking the same thing probably something thats causing the rash around my genitals and abdominal pain is causing me to have joint pain also quick question if i cant figure out whats wrong with me in time can it lead to drastic diseases / disorders im am now looking into fibromyalga do you think it was still when i was... (26 replies)
... n without having any damage being done and that is a pain syndrome brought by something else. An example of this is if someone has kidney failure, they often get high levels of uric acid and get pain in the joints just like someone with gout but the it doesn't damage the joints like gout does. ... (26 replies)
... t all. I guess that's how so many ends up in the Fibro pool. It really is a dumping ground for doctors who don't want to follow through. If it weren't for the SED rate and CRP being so very high...I guess I would be lost in space. ... (14 replies)
... inally getting closer to a real diagnosis after all these years. I have no doubts about Fibro but I also know there's something more than that going on with the high SED rate and CRP. My new Rheumy is in Philadelphia at Jefferson Hosp. and he's very thorough. ... (14 replies)
... me for a while and then doing an MRI on my wrist which showed degeneration similar to RA. And I have it quite severely and yet no positive blood work except that high sed rate and barely up CRP. ... (14 replies)
... About 2 years ago I was diagnosed with Fibro but I have a very high SED rate of 74 and my CRP is over 15 and since Fibro doesn't come with inflammation there have to be other factors at play. ... (14 replies)
Could this be RA?
Jul 11, 2009
... Then the podiatrist sent me for labs. My RF result was normal, but my sed rate was a bit high, and he said my CRP is through the roof. ... (2 replies)
... Yes, I have juvenile arthritis and had those symptoms. I also had rash and eye inflammation called uveitis. All those tests are clues, each one adding up + patient's physical exam + carefully taken medical history = diagnosis. No one test proves or disproves any individual disease. At her age she might be diagnosed with Still's Disease, a (possible) variant of juvenile... (8 replies)


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