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... D or ANA Direct. Here's what I found out about the test ... ... (3 replies)
... Either way, I think we can get you started on your ANA question. ANA by itself can't diagnose anything, for several reasons. ... (6 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)

... Ok, I found this on another site. This is the testing I had done (by *******). Do you think this means I don't have Lupus? I don't have ALL of the symptoms. Just joint pain and muscle pain which could be my withdrawal from Xanax and I am okay out in the sun. I just have health anxiety and freak myself out really bad. (8 replies)
Negative ANA
Nov 28, 2017
... All ranges I found online were much smaller than this. ... (0 replies)
... if you can get actual copies of your test results, and care to post them here, it would be helpful. ... (2 replies)
... Hi & welcome. This has to be frustrating. First, I have to say that I don't know the reference ranges for the AVISE tests, meaning how high your anti-ds-DNA of 302 is; and I'm not sure to which test the "38" refers: is it ANA? Maybe you could get the reference ranges & maybe others who know more about AVISE will weigh in. Lupus is usually diagnosed using the ACR (American... (1 replies)
... ANA alone is never diagnostic of anything. And we read that ANA can produce false positives at lower values. ... (5 replies)
... In the labs you posted the anti dsDNA is significantly elevated and that test is very specific to lupus. ... (9 replies)
... There's no single test for lupus, which is why you see instead those 11 diverse criteria. ... (7 replies)
... American vs not, so that's just standard lab nomenclature. CPK measures muscle inflammation, I think. CRP is a broader test for inflammation. ... (18 replies)
... dsDNA test entirely than mine was! Therefore I think you best move is to request a copy of your labs. And if there are no reference ranges printed, ask your dr. to provide those ranges. ... (18 replies)
... so I put Reference Ranges in quotations, to try to make it easier to read... ... (3 replies)
... So, the "Double Stranded DNA" test came back negative, or "less than 3" Also, her Thyroid was elevated in the last round of blood tests and that came back within normal ranges this time. ... (5 replies)
... new doctor and he had ordered some labs to have done prior to our visit. I got a copy of the labs and saw this result was circled. I didn't even know what this test was, but found out it's used to dx lupus. ... (7 replies)
... In addition to SLE, there are lesser variants, like DLE, SCLE, and DILE. And within each variant, symptoms, test results, and severity may vary. ... (10 replies)
Blood test
Mar 13, 2008
... Additionally, my ANA remained negative, which really frustrated getting a Dx. ... (11 replies)
... I have NO idea what all antibodies or compliments she's tested me for. She didn't do any test for my Raynaud's or Sjogren's. She just went by symptoms. ... (5 replies)
Test Results
Sep 22, 2006
... Two areas were out of range White Blood Cell Count 3.0L with a reference range 3.8-10.8 thousand/uL Absolute Neutrophils 1197L 1500-7800 cells/uL I did some searches via the boards and google. The WBC minimum range is generally around 4500-5000; even still, I was about 1 thousand/uL below norm for the labs reference range. (5 replies)
Test Results
Sep 22, 2006
... Dear justnotfair, Does your printout show REFERENCE RANGES for each of the tests? ... (5 replies)

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