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... Hello - I have been on several boards trying to get help. I suffer greatly from very painful neuropathy. Although, I was diagnosed with diabetes in January by doctor does not feel this is the cause of my neuopathy (numbness, burning, stinging). My hemoglobin A1c is 5.8. Anyway, I have showed an elevated Sed Rate of 46 (normal is 0-20). I have had stiffness in my legs for... (10 replies)
... Just checking in to see if anyone has had similar symptoms... My sed rate has been very high for months along with my CRP.. ... (1 replies)
... Elevated sed rate can suggest inflammation. ... (11 replies)

... My sed rate was was a bit elevated the first time,my ana negative-rhematoid-hep c-rpr-cpr-esr,all negative.. So I went to a dermatolgist he thinks I got it from a infection i had when i had a cold... I hope I dont have this forever they said it should be gone in a few weeks.. (2 replies)
... So I follow up with the Family dr,and the Dr mentions all my blood is normal levels but my Sed Rate was slightly elevated..Therefor the diagnosis was Vascultis which is scary because I have anxiety,and usually this carrys a underyling problem. ... (2 replies)
... joint pain, low grade fevers, extreme fatigue, mouth ulcers, etc. Lab work was done and I did have a high ANA, positive SSB and SSA, positive Rheumatoid Factor, elevated sed rate, etc. After having Fibromyalgia for several years, this was a surprise. ... (9 replies)
... anemia, elevated sed rate, depressed WBC, etc. ... (9 replies)
... I was just curious to know what SED rate and CRP looks like for someone who has LUPUS. I've been all through the tests and I test negative. They don't know what to make of me really. ... (7 replies)
... I've had so many of the same things! Several years ago, I started off with urinary irritability, yet spot urine test & urinalysis (which took several days) showed very high WBC's but a meaningless level of bacteria, so I was taken off the antibiotic that had been prescribed. Then urologist found multiple kidney stones (had an US and did 24-hour urine collection) but deemed... (34 replies)
... smith, sed rate. ... (2 replies)
... Fibro wouldn't cause your sed rate to be elevated. Fibro happens when the nervous system causes you to feel pain when you shouldn't and makes you excessively tender. ... (17 replies)
... thans Vee - i didnt ask many questions because i didnt know what to ask. I have to get the repeat labs next week and i will ask for a copy of the original report. I originally was on the antiimmflamatory meds for my back but the rhumatologist keep me on it becuase it seemed to help my morning stiffness. ill keep you posted. (4 replies)
... ddrw, hi & welcome. Have you read the "sticky posts" at the top of the thread list? That's a good place to start, as you'll see that the diagnostic criteria for lupus are complex. Do any of the criteria ring bells with you? The ANA test is really only a "threshhold test", because ANA can be positive in multiple conditions, or simply due to a passing virus or family... (4 replies)
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Aug 28, 2007
... shin pain, elevated sed rate, depressed WBC, fevers, etc. Bizarro periods. Horrible irritable bowel for decades. Urinary problems, including stones. Migraines. ... (10 replies)
... Well what I know about blood work for lupus is, an elevated sed rate is a sign of lupus. When I found out I had lupus my doc said I had the highest sed rate of anybody he has ever seen. ... (4 replies)
... -------------------------------------------- Start getting treatment for you Lupus as soon as possible. This will help your case a great deal. Also, if you don't get treatment, SSA may not acknowledge that you have the illness. (13 replies)
... Hi..I was finally diagnosed with SLE earlier this year. It has been almost a decade since my doctor at the time discovered an elevated SED rate (77), I just hadn't met enough of the criteria needed to call it LUPUS. I seem to have a continuous never stops. I have also been diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis and Raynaud's. My SED rate is now 126 (it was 89 about... (13 replies)
... Of note are the mildly elevated sed rate, elevated CRP indicating inflammation. You also have minimal microscopic blood in urine, possibly due to menses? ... (1 replies)
Is it lupus?
May 18, 2007
... reactive protein. I was told sometimes this is elevated in FM... ... (13 replies)
... problems. I never ever catch a cold! Never had a flu shot...never get flu. I guess that's another reason they are put off with me having Lupus. Other than my SED rate and CRP my blood work comes back pretty good. And no, those things aren't elevated with Fibro. It comes with no inflammation at all... ... (7 replies)

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