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... Anyway, my question is, have any of you had problems with someone being able to draw blood when you are at a lab? ... (9 replies)
... I also have problems when labs, docs, or hospital tries to draw blood from me but I have no idea if it's lupus related. My sister, on the other hand, also has problems getting blood or finding veins, but she is diabetic and there is a correlation with that. ... (9 replies)
... I have APS and Factor V. They are two seperate blood clotting problems and one does not cause a positive for the other.....What are the chances huh? ... (2 replies)

... I was about to go to another site and found this. It is sooooo good to know I'm not alone in this. I need to go every 4 weeks for my blood letting ceremony and dread it each time. What I have learned is to always drink lots of water before hand and to tell the tech that you have problems. ... (9 replies)
Dec 16, 2012
... lities are found on standard labs, doctors typically run more specific tests for "ANA subtypes". I'm guessing those were what your dr. ordered during your latest blood draw. You should ask for a copy when those labs come back. ... (3 replies)
... You can by all means have normal bloodwork because the disorder itself may not have developed enough. Plus, blood tests can sometimes be inaccurate so it is best to actually have constant blood tests done just to keep an eye on it. ... (4 replies)
... I had episodic breathing problems and chest pains too, of the kind one lupus author calls "pants and pulses". ... (1 replies)
... Certain kidney problems are asymptomatic, so that's an important test, to check whether kidneys are filtering properly. ... (20 replies)
... But, upon removal of the diaphragm, I find there is blood in the cup of the diaphragm, which isolates the source of the bleeding to either the cerevix or the uterus itself. ... (2 replies)
... I am a woman, he hasn't even run a blood test on me in about 3 years. ... (13 replies)
So Tired!!!
Dec 12, 2006
... My blood is tricky though. They will draw blood run that blood thru tests. When they run the very sam blood again all different results. Because of this they suspected Lymphoma. It is not thatnk you God. ... (5 replies)
... In extreme cold, most people's reaction is to draw the blood away from the extremities, which is why the weather people always warn about dangerous cold as it can result in frostbite. ... (42 replies)
... my final specialist said best time to draw blood is when symptoms are "on the rise". Also, not all labs are that proficient with the autoantibody tests, I was told. ... (3 replies)
... she called the doctor and he said..... I never actually saw a doctor. My rheumi couldnt see me and my left leg swole up really bad and he was concerned I had a blood clot in my leg and didnt want to wait till morning to see me if it was DVT since I had already been dealing with it for 3 days. ... (14 replies)
... Increased appetite, indigestion, nervousness, insomnia, greater susceptibility to infections, increased blood pressure, slowed wound healing, weight gain, easy bruising, fluid retention. ... (25 replies)
... No, from what I read, the Moxi is different than cupping. No suction cups involved. As far as antioxidants, my ND has me on ALA with Riboflavin. I also take methylB12, methylfolate, Vit. D, and lots of magnesium at night, digestive enzymes, HCL, stuff for leaky gut, stuff for hormone balancing and adrenal fatigue, molybdenum. The magnesium doesn't take away my nightly... (11 replies)
... If by cupping you mean using suction cups on the skin to "draw out toxins", I would avoid that, personally. It causes blood to seep into the skin, leaving large bruises all over the back, and in lupus, that can result in permanent discoloration from hyperpigmentation. ... (11 replies)
... My rheum says the best time to draw blood is when symptoms are "on the rise". ... (21 replies)
Oct 21, 2012
... Or maybe he didn't draw blood at optimal times, when a flare was on the rise? ... (3 replies)

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