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... dsDNA and negative ANA. I'm not sure WHY this happens, but it does, and a lot depends on the levels of the dsDNA and other signs and symptoms that may be going with it. ... (6 replies)
... I just got some blood test results and am confused. I have a negative ANA but a positive DS DNA test. I read that the DS DNA is highly specific for Lupus, but that you should have a positive ANA test, also. ... (6 replies)
... and the ACA. As far as my ANA goes, one lab's results state that it shows both "homogenous and speckled patterns". ... (62 replies)

... Have you had the ENA panel test done? ... (62 replies)
... I've had so many of the same things! Several years ago, I started off with urinary irritability, yet spot urine test & urinalysis (which took several days) showed very high WBC's but a meaningless level of bacteria, so I was taken off the antibiotic that had been prescribed. Then urologist found multiple kidney stones (had an US and did 24-hour urine collection) but deemed... (29 replies)
... Thanks for your note. See my comments below... :) Thanks! Appreciate it much! (29 replies)
... The only ANA subtype you list, ANCA, was negative. This is associated with vasculitis. There are others much more associated with lupus. ... (29 replies)
... show no growth, Blood test for TB negative, urine cultures taken twice. One shows three bacterias, the second shows diphtheroids and yeast. No treatment. ... (29 replies)
... Unfortunately my long awaited rheumi appoint back in April did not go well. He used the appointment time to explain why my test results weren't significant. Then he commented that SLE is very difficult to treat. ... (10 replies)
... its just that most rheumatologists dont trust anything but their own labs, and they know when they test funky because they're used to them. ... (15 replies)
... dsdna test but I will give you the whole story. ... (15 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)
... speckled. Now ANA negative but RNP 7.8. ... (0 replies)
Ana test result
Jan 6, 2012
... It looks to me like your ANA result fell within your lab's negative range, but your dr. should confirm that, of course. ... (2 replies)
... Hi and welcome. I was told and have read that about 3 to 5% of people with systemic lupus remain ANA-negative, but test positive for anti-Ro. This subtype is called "Ro-lupus". Hopefully your doctors will test for specific autoantibodies even if your ANA stays negative---especially given your low C4, elevated ESR, etc. Hope you post more soon. Best wishes, Vee (2 replies)


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