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Jun 30, 2015
... reactive protein. This is my third negative ANA test this year...I know I also had a negative ANA back when symptoms first started 13 years ago as well. 15 mg of prednisone daily is not touching my pain... ... (18 replies)
... for an Igenex lab test for lyme. I'm not sure what to do or think, and I want to be prepared to have a reasonable discussion with the rheumy. ... (4 replies)
... I don't believe my ANA ever turned positive! ... (3 replies)

... I doubt that one negative ANA proves much, because blood labs by definition are really only a snapshot in time. ... (5 replies)
... that can be checked. I would also take pictures of your rashes when they are most pronounced to show the rheum. These can be biopsied as well, with a lupus band test included. The liver issues could be related, as there is a "lupoid hepatitis" as well as other possible causes. ... (5 replies)
... la. My rheumatologist thought this might be a false positive, but a second test revealed the same thing. ... (9 replies)
... I had my blood tests back today and nothing to report part from a slight white low count and ana!! test was negative. ... (4 replies)
... Sparkle, hi & welcome. The first thing that strikes me is back pain going into your extremities, causing muscle spasms. I don't really associate those problems with fibromyalgia, so I'm curious what the others think on that point. (Made me wonder about disc compression, tingling due to vitamin/mineral deficiencies or diabetes, etc.) Because you're taking Tramadol and... (4 replies)
... The dermatologist sent me for lab work and on the lab work she wanted a tb test and a hepatitis. I got my labs from quest and the results for those were not on there. ... (3 replies)
... other milder issues. They meet fewer than 4 of the ACR criteria, and antinuclear labs are negative by definition. Although cosmetically disfiguring, it's the mildest subset. ... (3 replies)
May 2, 2015
... The most important labs may have been run... or maybe not. You could list, for each, the test name, the range your lab uses, and your result. Maybe someone here could spot some omissions. ... (3 replies)
May 2, 2015
... I got a copy of my blood test and I am trying to decode them but it is useless. I guess what I am asking is, does anyone know what the reference ranges mean? ... (3 replies)
... t if health issues mostly severe swelling and fatigue. The employee health nurse took one look at me and said I think you have Lupus. She did blood work and my ANA came back positive. ... (3 replies)
... up for a positive ana and full count? ... (4 replies)
... for diagnosis a positive test for a specific antibody is more important than is a negative ANA test. ... (7 replies)
... Does a negative ANA rule out SLE, as I know people test negative for ANA but still have the subset SCLE. I am confused. If anyone could clear this up, I would greatly appreciate it. ... (1 replies)
... I recently reviewed some autoimmune info and it explained that if calcium and magnesium levels were off, more cal than mag, then you could have inflammation problem. Info explained magnesium helps keep control of inflammation. When doctors started workup on me, they were looking for protein in urine. Info in medical books about immune inflammatory responses indicates... (29 replies)
... of negative ANA. ... (29 replies)
... I was wondering if it is possible to have any form of Lupus with out having a positive ANA test? ... (29 replies)
... three rows of extra eyelashes, and arthritis, and osteo penia. I had ana test.. ... (6 replies)

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