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... ve also had the ANA done 4 times over the last couple years, 2 of which came back positive and 1 negative and 1 undeterminable. My WBC done today was 2.5. ... (4 replies)
... ANA stands for antinuclear antibody, where they'd be looking for an autoimmune disease, such as lupus that may be causing your symptoms. Sed rate is sedimentation rate, and that's when they see how fast your red blood cells fall to the bottom of a test tube. ... (4 replies)
... For me, they were testing for an autoimmune. My test results for RA were negative but ANA and Sed Rate were high so I was referred to a rheumatologist. After that specialist's examination and testing, other conditions were ruled out. ... (4 replies)

... My hemotologist wants to take blood again and requested an ANA, Sed Rate and RA. What is he looking for? ... (4 replies)
SED rate
Feb 11, 2009
... I would first repeate this test. This is a marker for inflammation in the body somewhere. Where is what you have to find out. You may want to ask for an ANA test to see if it may show as being elevated. There could be something AI autoimmune related happening. That is very high in number. ... (2 replies)
... my ana was negative,and my sed rate the first time was 24 should have been 15..than rhematoid,cpr,esr,ana all back ok.. ... (4 replies)
... Sorry for the duplicate post. It sent itself early. Anyway, I have an autoimmune disease (Sjogrens Syndrome) and have the lower leg rash (they call it purpura). It occurs usually if I have been on my feet a lot. Alcohol and standing and/or walking can cause it too. I have very elevated immunoglobulins and that is what's causing it. If you have an elevated ANA, they will do... (4 replies)
... Fastfoward a few days and i go to family dr,that looks at the rash is confused reads all my blood work up,and says it looks good except foor the sed rate was slighly elevated.. ... (4 replies)
... I hope my response won't be overwhelming to you, but you have several things suggestive of gluten intolerance and perhaps pernicious anemia. Let me explain-gluten intolerance, if it is causing celiac disease, causes malabsorption of iron from the small intestine, as well as other nutrients. It also causes many GI symptoms, ranging from nausea, bloating after meals, GERD,... (11 replies)
... a more complete blood count to post it might help, or any other labs. If you can't see the hematologist for 3 months, perhaps your Dr. would at least do an ANA, sed rate, CRP, chemistry panel, and urine on you in the meantime to look for any other signs or clues. Viruses can cause low WBC, inc. HIV. ... (2 replies)
... hi, i don't have lupus so far and i have had a high ana for like 4 years now, i had a sed rate of 10. ... (1 replies)
... d with Lupus over 20 years ago and it seemed to go into remission about 10 years ago and I haven't had any specific problems with it. Recently my doctor did and ANA test and it came back positive and the titer count was extremely high, 2645. ... (1 replies)
ANA test
Apr 7, 2006
... My daughter has had a positive ANA for the past 5 years. The levels can suggest many things. ... (4 replies)
... You should see a rhuematologist. It could be some type of auto immune disorder. I am being sent to one with a very low positive ANA and just a little protein in my urine,but I also have a high sed rate. ... (2 replies)
... sitting after doing nothing more than walking, although after a while, resting rate is usually around 85. ... (1 replies)
... My 3 yr old is extremely fatigued and her hair is falling out she can barely function thru the day ...shes always been a quiet and calm child but she sleeps all the time now a little history - 2006 at 9mths she went from normal then got the rota virus to couldnt sit or do anything and had bruising up and down her spine - went to the ped they did a blood test called u... (1 replies)
... I've had a positive ana(1:1260), elevated sed rate, elevated C-reactive protein, high platlet count, high LDH, M-Spike, and high IGg,IGm, and IGa immunoglobulins. Docs thought the latest diagnosis was Waldenstroms, but bone marrow biopsy came back normal. My main/only real symptoms are muscle soreness/tightness in just about every muscle, occasional night sweats, had a low... (2 replies)
... I have been tested for lyme, negative. My blood count was normal. Sed rate running in the 70's. Slightly elevated ANA, tested negative for lupus. ... (17 replies)
... I would suggest you ask for a vascular specialist. Unless you know why you have trouble walking, it could be a blood clotting problem that is becoming infected.Just a suggestion based on the blood platlet report. (2 replies)
... Please no copy & paste from another website i could do that myself but does anyone actually know how to read labs. I will post my results... ~H~=High everything else is normal on labs Electrolytes Sodium- 140 Potassium- 3.9 Chloride- 25 CO2- 25 (2 replies)


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