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... 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
... 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. With all of your lab results included the rheumatalogist will make an informed decision. ... (5 replies)

... Test Name LUPUS (SLE) PANEL ANA SCREEN, IFA ANA, IFA PATTERN ANA, IFA TITER <1:40 1:40-1:80 >1:80 In Range HOMOGENEOUS Negative Low Antibody Level Elevated Antibody Level Out Of Range POSITIVE 1:40 H (0 replies)
ANA weak positive
May 30, 2008
... I don't know if this is all leading anywhere else. It is curious to me that my ANA at first rheum went from weak positive 0.07. ... (6 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)
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)
Ana 1:80
Nov 7, 2013
... Other findings beyond ANA would be required to be diagnosed with any of the AI's. ... (4 replies)
... I have read so much info about lupus and most state that a high titer ANA is more predictive of lupus than an low titer one. I was wondering how many people here have lupus and a low titer ANA. ... (6 replies)
... Quick question. How do the doctors know when the ANA is truly positive or not? ... (2 replies)
... Thanks for this info. I have my lab report in front of me and I'll copy what I see... The Test reads: ANA IFA Screen W/Refl to Titer and Pattern, IFA ANA Screen, IFA POSITIVE Antinuclear Antibodies ANA Pattern HOMOGENOUS ANA Titer 1:80 (High) The neurologist did suggest I followup with a rheumatologist. As for my foot drop .. I have spinal stenosis and... (6 replies)
... My 'weak' ANA has the dr's CONVINCED I do not have Lupus. He says I do not present the clinical features of Lupus. ... (21 replies)
... Also, I think people can have SOME TYPE of lupus without a positive ANA. ... (4 replies)
ANA 1:80
Apr 29, 2011
... I've had a few connective tissue/autoimmune symptoms for the past 6 months. My ANA has been positive at 1:80 for the past 3 tests (over 3 years). CRP and Rheumatoid Factor all normal. It's been suggested I might have undifferentiated connective tissue disease (http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/334482-overview). The diagnostic criteria states- "....In order to... (0 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. My ANA was ran twice (2 months apart) and both times were 1:80, speckled pattern. Then I found out I have thyroid antibodies and hypothyroidism. I also learned this can cause joint/muscle pain and a positive ANA(due to the hypothyroidism... (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. My ANA was ran twice (2 months apart) and both times were 1:80, speckled pattern. Then I found out I have thyroid antibodies and hypothyroidism. I also learned this can cause joint/muscle pain and a positive ANA(due to the hypothyroidism... (20 replies)
... My Ana is 1:80 homogenous pattern in jan it was 1:40 I spoke w lupus foundation they told me this this low is negative for lupus I had all other test done in Jan from ds DNA ssa Ssb everything the whole sle panel all neg from my understanding the DNA don't change and lupus don't just attack you I thought it just attacks your brain onset but I learned a lot from the charge... (3 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
Nov 11, 2004
... Hi - It seems that different doctors regard different numbers as normal, but this is what my rheumie told me 5 1/2 years ago. My ANA was 1:40 and that was called low positive (normal in Texas then was 1:39 or less). I was not impressed. However, just 6 weeks later it was rechecked even though I was feeling lots better and my ANA was 1:800. That got my attention! Go... (5 replies)
... On 2/28 all bloodwork came back normal: ANA was postive, speckled, 1:80 titer. ESR was a 5 (negative), RF/nephelometry was a 9 (neg), CRP was a 5 (neg), ANCA was negative, CBC was within normal level, wbc auto, liver and urine all "WNL" cept, urine had a trace of proteinand RBC was 4-10. (standard value 0-3/hpf). Anyways on 3/13/09 the Rheumatologist diagnosed me with... (4 replies)


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