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... s and was put on Cymbalta which has worked great for me. Many people will have different associated dieases that others wont as we are all different. I have been to Dermi, Rhumie and my GP. MY GP is the one working with me on all the symptons I have since my blood work is to good but I have been diagnoised with TLE and SLE. ... (4 replies)
Lyphocytes?
Oct 23, 2003
... Thanks for the info. My mom is loosing confidence, partially, I don't think it is his fault, because he doesn't know how to read the blood work, as it corresponds to lupus immune disease activity.Perhaps we should see an immunologist. (5 replies)
... I wasn't smart enough to get lab copies. ... (3 replies)

... It is interesting to hear that we had very similar findings in the beginning. I would be very interested to hear a little about how your lupus developed. Did you get other antibodies later in life? ... (3 replies)
Blood work
Jun 2, 2015
... Hi, again. I'm really sorry to read about your knee MRI results. ... (3 replies)
... Thank you. I did read sticky notes. ... (5 replies)
... rehumatologist years ago when they said I had fibro.the rehumato. Doc at that time just said no lupus and no ra, but again that was years ago and I didn't think to ask for copy if blood test or even ask what test were run. ... (7 replies)
... I hadn't been checking my thread because I hadn't any replies for a while. I was happily surprised to see several replies. ... (121 replies)
... and the doctors are stumped. At first, the surges began in the evening, with pounding heartbeat, shakiness, breaking out in sweat, anxious feeling, and the need to have a bowel movement. ... (121 replies)
... Hi K, I feel like I have the flu, body aches, headaches, sometimes only certain parts of my body hurt, like my left leg hurts alot sometimes, my arms, my neck. This started around April this year, but when I think about it i think it could of started before, I would just think that i was tired of doing too much. ... (13 replies)
... In 2014 right after I had my baby boy, I began having extreme fatigue and joint pain. It was so bad at times I felt like I had the flu x10. ... (1 replies)
Blood work
Apr 19, 2016
... starting to get annoyed with your family doctor without ever having met him!!! ... (5 replies)
Blood work
Apr 19, 2016
... how abnormal your neutrophil and lymphocyte readings are, and how doctors judge "absolute values" vs. percents. Also, whether you have symptoms that seemingly accompany changes in these two particular tests. ... (5 replies)
Blood work
Jun 2, 2015
... Thank you for your replay. The doctor I'm seeing is a rheumatologist but at this time I can't say I'm happy with her. I had a MRI done last week on my knee and she couldn't contact me with the results. I finally emailed her today to find out the bones around my knee are starting to break down. ... (3 replies)
Lupus?
Jul 12, 2013
... that the rhuemotogist she was referring me to would do that. She told me my black stools were from an antibiotic I was takin for the ulcer on my tonsil, duh, why didn't I think of that lol. ... (76 replies)
... Hey! Yes I have read the Alternative criteria list on the sticky post. I can honestly tell you It is a little creepy because it is like my own story with this disease. I am 30 years old. I was diagnosed with lupus in 1996. But before I was diagnosed I had big childhood signs... ... (12 replies)
... Finally had my first rheumy appt today. ... (5 replies)
... I was just looking at some blood test results. ... (48 replies)
... As it turns out, I tested negative for APS when the blood work was done. That's the good news. The bad news is that it seems highly likely now that I have systemic scleroderma. ... (8 replies)
... in regulating pain control. You can see how important serotonin is in FMS. There are problems with pain, sleep, muscles, healing, and memory. And of course, carb appetite regulation in RHG is essential. ... (121 replies)


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