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... Besides having Lupus, I now have elevated protein in my urine. My Rheum. wants to do more testing. Could anyone tell me what I can look forward to? ... (4 replies)
... since my first testing back in July. ... (4 replies)
... say, elevated WBC or CRP? ... (6 replies)

... hour urinalysis results back in early May, they were at 800. Started plaquenil at that time and the doctor told me we would be watching this very closely. ... (4 replies)
... You have had quite a ride in the past few years. My doctor is also not rushing to do a biopsy anytime soon. ... (4 replies)
... ay, from that they determined that I have a lot of kidney damage and I was put on Cellcept. At the time, cellcept was used for people who had kidney transplants in order to prevent rejection but my nephrologist wanted to try it with me to see if it could help. ... (4 replies)
... Anyway, past couple weeks I have been waking up with swollen hands and feet. It recedes as the day goes on but comes back in my feet if I sit too long or lie down. ... (1 replies)
... Anyway, I'd ask what the LE's mean, in absence of bacteria. ... (6 replies)
... spmom, in and of itself, ANA doesn't diagnose anything, because it's positive in quite a few conditions. I think that list includes both Hashimoto's and Addisons, so maybe those are causing your elevated ANA? ... (1 replies)
... history of PE's, crushing fatigue, headaches, chest pain under my rib cage and back pain, joint pain and muscle pain, cognitive problems, protein in urine, red face and chest, seizure disorder, blah, blah, blah...Oh, did I mention fatigue? ... (1 replies)
Sep 22, 2015
... I would say that the results are most consistent with lupus since dsDNA antibodies were strong positive. The protein in urine goes along with that, as well as the elevated CRP and sed rate. The rest was apparently normal, which is good. It seems with time your illness is declaring itself more specifically. (11 replies)
... I am so sorry you have lost your only advocate who was interested in helping you. Perhaps you can convince this Dr. to reconsider if you show her pictures on your rashes. ... (1 replies)
... D, some causes of elevated WBC in urine. ... (11 replies)
... I had been having some flares of pain and swelling in my feet and hands that sends me to the ER for steriod shots. Pain and in joints labeled as arthritis. I have had chronic pancreatitis with no known cause after complete workup. After being pregnant 9 times and having 3 children. ... (3 replies)
... Hi. One reason that rheumatologists don't move as quickly as we might expect is that they usually use the ACR criteria in evaluating for lupus. ... (8 replies)
Jul 1, 2013
... welcome, Lilshort. I'm glad you found us. I hope this isn't lupus, but if it is, please know that many people fare pretty well in this day and age. ... (76 replies)
So confused...
Sep 16, 2012
... Thing is, she was right, albeit in a way that requires a LOT more info and much better framework. ... (3 replies)
... Personally I view the list as comprised of "biggies" and "lessers". While all are useful in diagnosing SLE, some seem to "weigh more" because they indicate severe illness, or the potential for severity. ... (3 replies)
... that stands out the most in my mind. I believe that even a "slight" hit on any involving "major organs" should compel a doctor to QUICKLY run more specialized lab tests! ... (5 replies)
... The single mention I saw of when elevated antithrombin is actually significant is some sort of slow subarachnoid brain hemorrhage. ... (8 replies)

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