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... I have a positive ANA smooth pattern but low titers. Positive Anticardiolipin which is double the normal range, elevated PTT,LA..High Sed Rate....Spinal fluid is high for "generic" protien and high for Mylen Basic protien...but only a 5..which suggest some activity in the past but no current MS. ... (4 replies)
... Hi, I think I have seen you at the thyroid board as well. I just thought I would pipe up with my experience. I have hypothyroid due to hashimoto's and my tpo antibodies were over2,000 at diagnosis, then went to 1200 , not sure where now but will be tested soon again. ... (2 replies)
... immune thyroid diseases. These antibodies attack your thryoid and cause it to fail. Go to the thyroid forum on this site for info. Good luck. ... (2 replies)

... Just like you, I have been searching for answers forever. I have Anti TPO Antibodies at 553 and this is Hashimoto's Disease in the flesh! ... (2 replies)
... I was found to have high bilirubin about a year and a half ago and had several blood tests over the course of a year to show that it was consistent. ... (2 replies)
... I didn't see it for long and hubby can't remember but it was definitely between 2.4-2.7...I have a shocking memory! Just desperately want a family of my own :( (23 replies)
... I would still consider that borderline high when using 3.0 as the upper limit of normal. ... (23 replies)
... Hey Ladybud...just an update. I made a mistake and my Thyroid function was 2.7... (23 replies)
... Hey! Thanks for that! I hope u r right :) I was wondering if the levels would differ you being in the US and me here in Australia? (23 replies)
... If that is your TSH level, that is high enough to say you are hypothyroid and need treatment, which will help with the fertility issues. ... (23 replies)
... I went to my fs and she said my thyroid was 3.5....does this make sense? (23 replies)
... If you or your FS can get your actual thyroid labs to the endo/FS you are going to see, it would help him determine whether to put you on thyroxine or not. You only get hyper on thyroxine if your dose is too high, not a problem to manage the correct dose and just bump you up a bit within the normal range, which is pretty wide. Good luck-I hope your plan with TTC succeeds soon! (23 replies)
... A year and a half ago, all that was elevated was the bilirubin and my liver enzymes were normal. I am sure now that I have been referred to an immunologist, he will want to repeat the liver panel. My gastroenterologist was fishing for a Gilbert's diagnosis, thus the immunological testing to rule out any other abnormalities. I do get very fatigued sometimes, but I assumed... (2 replies)
... I'm wondering if anyone else has had high alkaline phosphatase and joint pain, and, if so, what was causing it. ... (0 replies)
... so many other illnesses. Now I have to do Hizentra infusions once a week for the rest of my life. I simply pump gammaglobulin into my body which increases the antibodies that fight infection and I am doing much better. I hope this information helps anyone out there that is looking for a diagnosis. ... (1 replies)
... I was diagnosed with Hashimoto's this past spring, but my labs fell in the "normal range" except for high, high antibodies. ... (3 replies)
TPO antibodies??
Jul 12, 2004
... Hi, I was wondering if anyone could shed some light on my blood results. I have been ill for 10 years and after many years of being told they can't find anything they did some new blood tests on me. The CRP level came back high (3 times the normal amount).. IGM and IGE were raised (only slightly at this time however they go up and down but are never normal). The IGA... (4 replies)
... Hi, Long story short, my red blood cell counts have been ranging from low-normal to mild anemia over the last 4-5 months. Due to this, I've gone through tons of CBCs and other blood tests. I was referred to hematologist because my absolute retic has been low at 13 (ref range 25-100) on multiple occasions. During this time, my hematologist asks that I see a GI Dr first,... (12 replies)
Feeling Frustrated
Mar 26, 2005
... r in untreated lupus patients than in patients with other diseases, this is not always so. A diagnosis of lupus, therefore, cannot be made only on the basis of a high ANA. It is helpful to know in diagnosing lupus that the ANA is actually a group of antibodies directed against different parts of cells within our bodies. ... (7 replies)
... Antibodies against Bb may not be present in detectable levels in a patient with Lyme disease because the patient's antibodies may be bound with the bacteria with not enough free antibodies available for testing. ... (6 replies)


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