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ANA Test results
Jun 13, 2016
... I have now had 3 ANA test come back positive. But I am being told by my RA Dr that the test that fall under the ANA umbrella are negative. With an elevated SED rate. He had me on Plaquenil but took me off last week. ... (1 replies)
New to this...
Jul 7, 2013
... Other results Tsh 6.0 (0.27-4.2) T4 14 (12-22) Ige 459 (26-81) Total protien 77 (70/80) Albumin 45 (35/50) Igg 12 (6/16) Iga 4.63 (0.8/2.8) Igm 0.74 (0.5/1.9) (1 replies)
... Hello all, this is my first time posting on this board, having just discovered it earlier today. (And yes, I already wrote this out once and then lost it, somewhere in the ether! That won't happen again!) I'm an active 54 year old woman with lots of joint pain that has seemed to me to be more chronic and sever than I would expect given my age and general health. Back,... (3 replies)

... I know that is a disease that comes back with a positive ANA and ASM. BUT my liver enzymes are normal now. ... (1 replies)
... I have been to a rhumatologist and a hematologist and neither can give me an answer as to why my ANA is so elevated? ... (0 replies)
... Hoping someone out there has some advice. Here is what I have going on: RF is 117 and rising ANA - Neg (tested 3 times) been tested for the other standard antibodies (antiSM, etc) - all negative Histone AB - 2.2 Mean platelet count slightly low EBV antibody positive (Ebstein-Barr) Rhuemy confirmed Fibro diagnosis - as I had all 18 tender points. He first suspected RA... (0 replies)
... Jenny - I've been told (in the past) that I too have serum-negative RA. But my new rhuemy says that I have scleraderma and positive anti-bodies for Lupus, but I have no physical symptoms of lupus. This whole thing gets very, very frustrating trying to figure out what is really causing so many of my problems. May I ask what does the doctor give you for your RA? I don't mean... (4 replies)
... I have rheumatoid arthritis and have a negative ANA and a negative rheumatoid factor... ... (4 replies)
... Yes, you can have an auto immune disease with a negative ANA. ... (4 replies)
ANA screen results
May 12, 2010
... What has confused me about my ANA is that it was positive at my family doctor and negative at the rhemumatologist? ... (1 replies)
... So I've been getting progressively more ill for over a year. I am constantly sick, but I have recurring episodes where I am completely unable to function and need help to perform everyday tasks. My main symptoms are pain (pretty much every type there is...stabbing, throbbing, aching, gnawing, etc.), tingling and numbness in arms and legs off and on, fever that comes and... (14 replies)
... Hi. Well, for me the answer is yes. I have had multiple test come back positive but my last one was negative in Feb. My last rheumy, in CO said that means that the lupus is 'dormant'..... ... (1 replies)
... can you be diagnosed with lupus and have a positive ana then a negative ana when it is being treated (1 replies)
... Each time, the test is positive, speckled and homogeneous, but my ANA SCREEN was negative... any thoughts? ... (5 replies)
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... how soon the ANA become positive to negative (0 replies)
... I received some ANA results that I'm quite nervous about. ... (5 replies)
... Hi- I went in for a check up this past week because I have been having some bilateral ankle pain and also discomfort in my calves on and off now for about 4-6 months. I have a 6 month old baby and just contributed the discomfort to NEVER sleeping. I also wake up during the night and then can't fall back to sleep. Anyways my doc ran a full panel of blood work which came back... (0 replies)
What is ANA+
Aug 20, 2008
... Hello! ANA+ stands for Antinuclear Antibody, The + sign , means "positive", obviously a - sign would mean "negative". This is an unusual antibody that is directed against structures within the nucleus of the cell. Antinuclear antibodies (ANAs) are found in patients whose immune system is predisposed to cause inflammation against their own body tissues. Antibodies that are... (2 replies)
... If so have they also done other test, if not, then they should, from my experience once you get a positive ANA they should send you for more lab work to confirm lupus or other auto immune diseases. ... (1 replies)


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