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... I know that is a disease that comes back with a positive ANA and ASM. BUT my liver enzymes are normal now. ... (1 replies)
... or less who do not ever have a postive ana or positive more definitive tests are still important to me! ... (8 replies)
... I've had a positive ana twice (in the past) and a reflexive panel done once that was unrevealing.>>>>>>> I did too and I have Lupus, the other tests do not have to be positive. It can be normal to have a low ANA especially as you age, like 1:40 or 1:80, but if it goes up from there, something going on. The higher the titer the more likely it's Lupus versus something... (8 replies)

... cle burning pain in actual thigh and shoulders accompanied my weakness and "aching" throbbing pain in shins, ankles back of thighs, lower back, wrists etc. Some low grade fevers. No rashes other than a couple of "quarter" size red scaly patches on my legs about 5 years ago that resolved on their own. ... (0 replies)
ANA Test results
Jun 14, 2016
... is a good thing and often treatment is geared towards symptom relief as well as reducing inflammation. Of course, I'm not a doctor but just a patient. As to the ANA being positive, there are "degrees" of positivity, if you will. ... (1 replies)
... I also have the same antibody issues going on. I have high IgA and Low IgG1 subclass with low normail IgG3. I also have a possitive ana, but have tested negative for almost all autoimmune disorders. ... (1 replies)
... IgA deficiency, and your's isn't low enough to be called this, but it can possibly cause IBS. ... (3 replies)
... without signifying disease. It is one of the diagnostic tools used for identifying autoimmune diseases. Your titre may be positive but depending on the rheumy, low enough to be considered not significant. That being said, there are many AI disease in which ANA is not positive, or can vary in titre. ... (3 replies)
... CT's don't really show arthritis that would explain the level of pain I have. I have never thought I had a particularly low pain threshold, so I believe the pain I have is real. ... (3 replies)
... Thanks so much. I saw my doctor today and he isn't concerned since the titer is low. I don't know about the cysts except that I've always been prone to cysts....have had quite a few of them in various places over the years. Happy Thanksgiving to you! (4 replies)
... An ANA test measures a type of autoantibodies in your blood. ... (4 replies)
Sed Rate & ANA
May 20, 2011
... If you have a positive Sed Rate and ANA, speckled, what could this indicate? I have swollen, stiff, sore, red, hot joints (both knees and PIP joints in fingers). Dry eyes and mouth Fatigue Nasal ulcers Rashes on face, chest and elbows (mild and not itchy, scaring or painful) Raynaud's. My GP and the on call Rheumatologist said (via the phone) that it was an... (0 replies)
... free diet. Don't let any MD tell you that you do not need any T3 added to your T4. They should at least give you a trial of low dose T3. ... (4 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)
... I have rheumatoid arthritis and have a negative ANA and a negative rheumatoid factor... ... (4 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)
... Your ANA can change, bloodtest to bloodtest. ... (4 replies)
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... Hi everyone. I just actually got my pelvic MRI back (long story short: my lumbar puncture caused some really bad lower back pain and they did a lumbar/pelvic MRI to make sure there wasn't any nerve damage). Anyway, the results are a bit boggling-- among several things in the report, I have enlarged prominent lymph nodes present in the groin bilaterally. Now, coupled with the... (3 replies)
... I have seen only a few people on the thyroid board with higher antibodies and only a few with similar high antibodies. YET, my recent ANA lab result was .7 , less than .7 was the lab reference range. Also it said connective tissue disease unlikely when ANA is less than 1.0. ... (2 replies)


Associated Tags: ana, diffusion, discrete speckled, primary immune deficiency, restrictive cardiomyopathy

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