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... a disease or if I already have hidden tissue destruction going on of which I am not aware. Or if the high titer could be due to the EBV positive results I also had. ... (10 replies)
... pus. I have shown my reports to two Rheumatologists and they both believe that there is nothing in my symptoms or reports to indicate Lupus. Rheumy says that the high ANA could be attributed to Vitiligo. ... (5 replies)
... A blood test was administered during this initial visit. The result of the blood test came back with everything within normal range except elevated ANA titer. ... (5 replies)

High ANA Titer
Mar 20, 2004
... Hi. I have a question regarding the ANA Titer. ... (7 replies)
... and a high urine pH of 8. ... (0 replies)
... a high ANA using the TITER method. ... (10 replies)
... H with Speckeled ANA Pattern. I have to go for more exams with the rheumatologist on Sept 3rd, 2010. I've had vitiligo for 7 years already and don't know where it came from. ... (5 replies)
... Hi. First off, obviously I'm only a patient, so please read in that light, OK? The info I've read correlates vitiligo with a few autoimmunes: pernicious anemia, thyroid conditions, Addison's, etc. Interestingly, lupus doesn't isn't listed... If lupus IS being considered as a possibility, a rheumatologist looks for the diagnostic criteria & symptoms listed on the "sticky... (5 replies)
... e associate the 2 and I don't know if Vitiligo is an autoimmune disease. Autoimmune diseases tend to travel in packs. I'm glad your doc is running more tests. ANA isn't very specific. Let us know how it turns out. ... (5 replies)
... The reason for the suspician is that I am high risk for it, due to the Ro SSA antibodi and the methotrexate I took for over a year. ... (10 replies)
... Hi, Erin-- Thanks very much for your reply and thoughts. I will definitely take your recommendation to try to ensure the docs come to a solid diagnosis rather than a possible one before putting me on medication. I have also heard a lot of bad things about Prednisone; but I understand that is often the course of treatment for many autoimmune diseases. This holiday... (10 replies)
... And with that ANA pattern? ... (10 replies)
... Hi, This is my first post, so I have a lot of details here. Sorry for the novel... I have been undergoing extensive testing for the past 8 months. Had walking pneumonia in February, 2007. Lung nodules (calcified and noncalcified) as well as bilateral hilar adenopathy and axillary adenopathy were discovered on chest xray. PET scan showed SUV in the hilar and axillary... (10 replies)
... as high as my ANA. ... (1 replies)
... years ago. During a routine blood work up they did an ANA test and it came back with a titre of 2645. I don't have any of the old Lupus symptoms and really have felt pretty good. My sed. rate was also normal. ... (1 replies)
High ANA Titer
Mar 24, 2004
... A pos. ANA can mean possible auto-immune disorder or nothing. 3 yrs. ago I was sent to Rheum. for wk-up. ANA was 1:80 w/ specl & homogenous titer. He re-tested 2 wks later & added SS-A/SS-B both may conclude Lupus or connctive tissue dx. Mine were neg. + ANA was 1:16? 1 mo. later. ANA was 1:32 speckl. Sed-rate was Hi though. I had rashes, aches, stiff, & 6 prssr-points.... (7 replies)
High ANA Titer
Mar 21, 2004
... Homogeneous last time it was checked, and I was told that it was significantly positive but not considered to be a very high positive. ... (7 replies)
High ANA Titer
Mar 21, 2004
... If so, that's why it's high but it could be higher. ... (7 replies)
... an ANA test. ... (5 replies)
Late Onset Lupus
Jul 6, 2016
... dsdna. ...but is the fact that dsdna is present at all significant given my high ANA titer? ... (10 replies)

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