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... In order to have SLE or MCTD, do you have to have something seriously wrong like kidney disease, high blood pressure, lung disease, or such? ... (9 replies)
... on this one, it also showed antibodies, RNP Antibodies normal results are 0. ... (9 replies)
... overlap syndrome of several different autoimmune conditions, and characterized by swelling of face and hands, along with the other symptoms. That will slow up as high RNP antibodies in blood, which may have never been run yet. ... (3 replies)

... I had blood work done in Oct. 2011 with a positive ANA and a positive RNP of 7.5. A month or so ago I had follow up blood work and my RNP has jumped up to 7.9, I saw a Rheumatologist because my pcp thought I had RA but the x rays didn't show anything. ... (9 replies)
... I don't think my test result was a false positive as high as it is and hopefully my doctor isn't thinking that. I don't get it though because they always call. ... (9 replies)
... It has been an extremely long time since I have been to a rhematologist. The rhematologist said I had early stages of Lupus, my ANA's were positive high, but no antibodies were showing up positive at that time or anything else. He said later on that it would reveal itself in my blood work. ... (9 replies)
... Neveragain, I've read that anti-RNP is seen in MCTD = mixed connective tissue disease. MCTD is a crossover syndrome, with features of lupus, myositis, and maybe scleroderma. It was formally defined in early 1970's. But I think anti-RNP is also seen in a certain percent of lupus patients. Not sure what you meant when you said you ordered tests online & that your dr.... (9 replies)
RNP antibody
Jun 8, 2009
... Thanks for sending me this helpful info. So basically, then it is negative for RNP antibodies, so that at least rules out MCTD? ... (5 replies)
... MCTD is short for Mixed Connective Tissue Disease. It is autoimmune. Some say it is a combination of several autoimmune disease over lapping. You have to have high RNP antibodies for this diagnosis. Why are you on Plaquenil if I may ask? ... (4 replies)
Mar 21, 2012
... in Antibodies 2. ... (1 replies)
... With a high ANA alone, no present antibodies, I was diagnosed with Lupus. Some rhematologists understand it takes time for these things to develop. ... (9 replies)
... DNA. The RNP shows a reference range of 0. ... (9 replies)
... Neveragain, yes, you can have lupus without the worst problems possible. If major organs aren't involved, drs. call you "sub-acute". Its range is very wide, from mild to life-threatening. Hope you get some answers soon, Vee (9 replies)
... Well if I had a follow up appt with my doctor anytime soon, I would have asked him to do the test but I wanted it done now and I don't see him again until June, and I really didn't even suspect this autoimmune disease for along time but then I saw these people on tv with it and it was like staring at myself in the mirror watching them and how sick they were, and then these... (9 replies)
... Neveragain, I hope the labs you ordered and gave your dr. will advance you. I'm really sorry you've had such an ordeal, and that you had to initiate tests on your own. That really stinks! I had to see multiple rheumies: the first couple were incredibly useless. Keep us posted, OK? Wishing you better days soon, with all my best, V. (9 replies)
... Another reason I made the choice of where I quit going to a rhematologist was because he went to complaining because my PCP didn't take care of the problems I was having (muscle pain), what doctor does that? I just thought he was being a jerk. He had me on a corticosteriod for awhile I can't remember it helping me before. This has been alot of years ago so my memory is kind of... (9 replies)
... I have had what looks like psoriasis in the past, itchy and goes raw when scratched I have also had problems with hives since a child. Doesn't occur much but it's definetly hives, raised patchy red spots The sores that occur on my outer lip or at the corner of my lip are fever blisters, they look like blisters. They reminded me of pics online you look up that look like... (9 replies)
ANCA positive?
Mar 8, 2015
... Have you had RNP antibodies checked? ... (7 replies)
... thyroid antibodies to see if any of this fatigue is thyroid related and can be treated to boost your energy. ... (2 replies)
... RDW 16.1 high range 11. ... (18 replies)

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