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... You bet you can have Lupus with a negative ANA! ... (9 replies)
... Hi. I'm glad you perservered and can look forward to better days ahead. I also had a terrible time getting a diagnosis. ... (10 replies)
... I recently reviewed some autoimmune info and it explained that if calcium and magnesium levels were off, more cal than mag, then you could have inflammation problem. Info explained magnesium helps keep control of inflammation. ... (29 replies)

... I was wondering if it is possible to have any form of Lupus with out having a positive ANA test? ... (29 replies)
Need HELP :(
May 28, 2004
... I've had problems for over 3 years now.. Doctors still won't give me a FIRM diagnosis. ... (5 replies)
... Hi there... I'm still plugging along waiting for a dx... ... (29 replies)
... for diagnosis a positive test for a specific antibody is more important than is a negative ANA test. ... (7 replies)
... I had stuff going on since childhood, but no rashes until my late 30's, when I started to spend weekends at a beach area. ... (29 replies)
... I haven't been on for a while but wanted to reply to your post. Not in a medical way but as a patient with SLE for well over 30 years. ... (2 replies)
... I am a 45 year old female and have been in excellent health my entire life. ... (0 replies)
... I've just recently jumped into this Lupus stuff. I have a rhuemetologist...and she did a lot of blood work on me. She sent me back a list of tests and information and I was wondering if any of you had insight into what she sent me, based on your own experiences. ... (2 replies)
... I see you are on line right now, so I am posting to you. Please don't be afraid to go to a specialist. These autoimmune problems are very tricky. A Rheumatologist is the kind of doctor you need to see. ... (17 replies)
... Found this article and had to post it!!! Hope you find it useful!! ... (4 replies)
... l this myself and the Dr's are absolutly doing my head in, the one Dr saw me for 5 mins, didnt even examine me and offered me prozac and wanted to send me to see a psyciatrist.... and well I wont repeat exactly what I said to him... ... (11 replies)
... I tried to tell my doctor but she wouldn't listen. So I found a new doctor. He sent me for labs on Friday April 10th and here's all the labs he wants. ... (3 replies)
... maybe even a hepatologist as opposed to an endocrinologist. ... (5 replies)
... welcome. Yes, it's possible to have lupus without a positive ANA. Lupus has distinct "subsets" into which some patients fall tidily, while others have symptoms that cross the subsets. ... (3 replies)
... welcome. I'm sorry for your problems. I also think you're wise to see a rheumatologist. ... (5 replies)
Feb 23, 2006
... The "sticky posts" at the top of the Board. You'll find the "4 of 11" criteria for systemic lupus, and a list of "alternate criteria". Also, symptoms of antiphospholipid syndrome, a clotting disorder common in lupus. ... (9 replies)
Lupus possible?
Dec 10, 2012
... one on "all other". I'm just a patient, so please read in that light. ... (7 replies)

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