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Ana test result
Jan 6, 2012
... It looks to me like your ANA result fell within your lab's negative range, but your dr. should confirm that, of course. ... (2 replies)
... I've had test results where some columns make little sense. ... (3 replies)
... what if your ANA test comes back Positive/ reference range negative (3 replies)

... what is the normal range of ANA test result? ... (0 replies)
... D or ANA Direct. Here's what I found out about the test ... ... (3 replies)
... If it's been over 3 months, I personally think it is quite reasonable to request another ANA test and this time if it comes out "normal" then you can rest a bit more assured as you said you don't have any other symptoms right now. ... (3 replies)
... aten my breast with a baseball bat. My doctor suspects some sort of auto immune illness and her primary thought is that it could be Lupus. Hence, the forthcoming ANA test. Have any of you who have been diagnosed had these symptoms? ... (1 replies)
... I am wondering if anyone knows what a normal ana test should be. OR, what is considered high enough to be concerned. My gyn dr. ... (10 replies)
... ANA Screen IFA POSITIVE ANA Pattern 1 HOMOGENEOUS ANA Titer 1 1:40 Reference Range <1:40 Negative 1:40-1:80 Low Antibody Level >1:80 Elevated Antibody Level My PCP ran blood work on me b/c of my symptoms. This is what we got back. I am going to my first rheumatologist appointment tomorrow. Just wondering what all this means. Any insight would be greatly... (4 replies)
... ry about. She said my titer is abnormal but isn't very high, we will just retest in a few months to see if my titer increases. My only concern is that a positive ANA isn't considered normal, there is autoantibodies in my system. Also, it isn't like I'm just getting these lab results, I am also having symptoms along with it. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, Min5f. I've also read that ANA can turn positive in advance of symptoms. ... (2 replies)
... as a standard range, maybe this is a different kind of ana test? ... (1 replies)
... here my blood gets drawn... the ones from my doctor show that at the bottom of the page there are words. H means High and f means footnote. The footnote on that test was showing me where it was processed and what their reference values are. I never did get the titer for my ANA though I would like to know what it is. ... (10 replies)
... I am confused by the smith test, now the ANA checks for smith antibodies, but I don't know what the smith test is. I even looked it up and cannot find it. ... (9 replies)
... I understand the ANA results but am wondering if the RNP at 5 is borderline for mixed connective tissue disorder? ... (9 replies)
Ana positive
Oct 26, 2010
... The ANA test is a very GENERAL test for such autoantibodies. ... (8 replies)
Ana positive
Oct 25, 2010
... Hi guys, I have a positive ana test twice now and my doctor wants me to see a rheumathologist. ... (8 replies)
... I had a anti DNA test that was negative, also I do not show signs of anemia. I had a Ac. ... (3 replies)
... Meaning what, does homogenous lean toward a diagnosis of Lupus or not? I have always had positive ANA's 1:320 with a homogenous pattern, but one tested negative, even though all the other tests were positive, so this immune system problem was thrown completely out of the window, and I am still very sick. But with that one being negative, my doctor said likely nothing was ever... (6 replies)
... fness in knee joints ,swelling ans svere pain at the wrist joints ,nodules in lower leg and hands slight deformation at finger joints .she was under gone a blood test in which i was confused with ana test it was shown observed value 2. ... (0 replies)


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