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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)
... Elevated sed rate can suggest inflammation. ... (11 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)

... 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)
... 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)
... Hi! Thank you so much for your answer!! Yes, your case indeed sound a lot like mine. :O I live in Brazil and I havent find any dermatopathologist here in my city >.< and nothing called lupus band test, but i think i find a laboratory that does what they call "direct immunofluoressence" and in the description they say it can diagnosis lupus. Do you think is the same thing? ... (19 replies)
... Hi and welcome. I'm so sorry to read about your ongoing issues, which sound pretty similar to what mine used to be. I had problems from early childhood, sharply increasing at 13 when hormone levels increased (elevated sed rate, low-grade fever, joint pain & miserable pain along long bones, like shins, also depressed white blood cell count), more in mid-20's (miserable GI... (19 replies)
... I think you can have flares without a greatly elevated Sed Rate. ... (7 replies)
... Hi & welcome. As is seen in quite a few female lupus patients, I had a big hit at puberty: severe pain along long bones of arms /legs, joint pain, low WBC's, elevated sed rate, low-grade fever, hair loss, massive fatigue. By mid-20's, severe irritable bowel problems (deemed "functional" since repeated invasive tests ruled out conditions like ulcerative colitis, Crohn's, bowel... (8 replies)
... Re HYPOparathyroidism, I think "primary" is defined as low serum PTH along with low serum calcium, whereas "secondary" is defined as low serum PTH along with elevated serum calcium. Do either of these scenarios seem to fit? ... (4 replies)
... I posted this to the autoimmune boards but since my previous doctor was looking at lupus I thought I would post it here also. I learned of my first autoimmune disease when I was in my early 20's. I have Hashimoto's thyroiditis. I had my left lobe removed for a golfball sized nodule. I have my right lobe but not sure how much longer. I have tested TPO (thyroid peroxidase)... (2 replies)
... For example, elevated sed rate or CRP? ... (1 replies)
... and elevated sed rate. ... (3 replies)
Jun 5, 2015
... is year with the ANA and all antibodies and complements. Everything normal. And this is after having symptoms for 14 years. The first bloodwork showed a slightly elevated sed rate and crp but I was also a little sick with a cold. ... (20 replies)
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May 17, 2015
... Hi & welcome. Have you seen a rheumatologist? It would be far preferable, obviously, to know if this is lupus, because if your doctor & you were sure, you'd be eligible for the prescription meds that work best for it. Moving on to ANA... I believe it can wax and wane as flares come & go, so if you've only been tested once, your result may be misleading. Also, it's possible... (2 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)
... cardiolipin antibodies, elevated sed rate or CRP, blood or protein in urine. ... (1 replies)
Feb 17, 2015
... Callie, welcome to the boards. I am so sorry your situation is so difficult. I have been where you are in the past, but not knowing is worse when others don't believe you have anything and are unsupportive. I think you will get help and support here, as there are many people in your same boat. First of all, it is common at the beginning of autoimmune disorders like lupus for... (9 replies)

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