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... Kooze, since you are just getting diagnosed and have not started any treatment, it's normal to feel frightened and just want to escape the reality of having a chronic illness. Unfortunately it will not just go away, but you can feel better in time with appropriate treatment. ... (1 replies)
... The last few months have been a roller coaster. Resulting in a diagnosis of SLE and lymphocytic vasculitis. ... (1 replies)
... it is probably related. Pericarditis is one of the more serious manifestations of lupus. Your Dr's will likely diagnose that disease if you meet 2 other criteria identified by the American College of Rheumatology. ... (1 replies)

... I think there are multiple things an ANA result might mean. ... (1 replies)
... After negative 3 negative ANAs I've now got a positive one 1:80 nucleolar. But noone contacted me about it. I had the tests done organized by a rheumatologist and noone got back to me so I assumed they were negative. I eventually phoned just to check and was shocked to find my ANA positive (all other tests negative). The secretary told me the rheumy checks all results and... (1 replies)
Ana 1:80
Nov 13, 2004
... with nucleolar pattern for a while now as well as a low C3 level and anemia and leukopenia but the rest of the lupus panel was negative to include double strand DNA. The doctor has to look at the ANA as well as your family history and your symptoms. ... (5 replies)
Ana 1:80
Nov 11, 2004
... I am just not sure of some of these tests. My regular doctor said it was borderline. I trust you folks here more on this. ... (5 replies)
Ana 1:80
Nov 7, 2013
... Hello I am new to this forum so thanks for listening. I went to my GP because of joint pain, fatigue and just an overall decline in health over the past years. ... (4 replies)
... joint pain, headaches, chronic illnesses, etc. Her first test indicated a TSH of 4.8 and the next one showed 2.3. ... (1 replies)
... my appeal. I had not yet been dx'd with anything when I was first made to file. Since I have filed, I have the dx for Fibromyalgia. I understand that having 11 of the 18 pressure points automatically qualifies one for disability pension. I scored 15 out of 18. ... (21 replies)
... speckled. The rheumatologist diagnosed me again today with Fibro, but is also sending me for the ANA subsets blood work. I have ANA tests in the past, always been negative up until now. ... (12 replies)
Ana 1:80
Dec 13, 2004
... I always thought a ANA of 1:40 was normal but above was positive. Sorry Im not much help. (5 replies)
Ana 1:80
Nov 12, 2004
... is considered positive, just how positive depends on the doctor interpreting it I suppose. I do know though that your ANA can change from day to day even, that's why people can have one reading at one draw and a different one at another. ... (5 replies)
... Hi...last year, I suddenly began having joint and muscle pain. My dr ran tons of tests, including a full Lupus panal with all the antibodies. ... (20 replies)
... Hi...last year, I suddenly began having joint and muscle pain. My dr ran tons of tests, including a full Lupus panal with all the antibodies. ... (20 replies)
... d and don't know how to go about writing what I have to say since there's so much that's occurred through out the years on and off. strange things physically out of the blue, like my psoas muscle became inflamed and very painful for no reason. I had to get an injection in it which worked. ... (11 replies)
... The first set of criteria is the standard pretty much worldwide. You generally must meet 4 of the 11 to sustain a dx of systemic lupus. They may be met serially over time, meaning not necessarily simultaneously. ... (5 replies)
... Hi. Was it your endocrinologist who ran these labs, or a rheumatologist? Are all the tests that he ran back? Did he say what will happen next? I'm wondering because, if lupus is on the radar, you'd need a more thorough evaluation (preferably by a rheum), and more tests beyond ANA, for the specific antibodies seen in lupus, also urinalysis. Also a lifetime medical history.... (2 replies)
... write back before now! Anyhow, ANA is only a general test that can be positive in a wide variety of conditions, not just lupus. The ANA test involves doing successive dilutions, and inspecting the sample at each point to see if "fluoresced material" still shows up. ... (1 replies)
... This was a test to confirm Lupus but Normal titer was <1:80. With a titer of <1:160 be positive and what is Nucleolr (1 replies)


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