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... radiographs to look for joint erosion, etc. ... (4 replies)
... went to a dr. who said it was raynauds syndrome. gave me a beta blocker and explained how the tiny vessels go into spasm and cause the pain and discoloring. ... (4 replies)
... uritic chest pain, when associated with pleurisy or pericarditis. Less commonly, the presence of pleural or pericardial effusion may present with pleuritic chest pain with or without exertional dyspnoea. This symptom adds robustness to the criteria for identifying SLE. ... (1 replies)

... but by the time I got in there the aches had gone away. Funnily enough, the arthritic pain was always around in the summer months but not every year. ... (20 replies)
Possible SLE case?
Aug 21, 2015
... bone pain and fatigue. ... (5 replies)
... Homogeneous ANA Titer. ... (4 replies)
... I ended up getting into the rheumatologist much sooner than I had expected due to a cancellation. He didn't say much except that he needed to run more tests. My ANA this time came back positive 1:40 speckled, very low ESR (2) and CR-P (<3), normal C3 and C4 protein levels among many other normal results (including infectious diseases like HIV and syphilis). I did have a... (7 replies)
Possible SLE case?
Aug 11, 2015
... s with deep breathing, attacks that would come on suddenly without emotional duress and last no more than 5 minutes. I sought medical help when I started having pain in my joints and exhibiting signs of Raynaud's, which I was later diagnosed with in January. ... (5 replies)
... I was so glad to finally get something to ease the pain and I was in a good mood. ... (7 replies)
... Now I am starting to get really bad pain in my joints. And I just got tested for the ANA on the day I started having a flare. Is it a good thing I got tested on the same day as a flare? ... (2 replies)
... ANA titer 160 homogeneous the only specific antibody abnormality was low C4 and positive but not high RA and a low positivity in Microsomal AB. So I have significant ANA titer but no red flag ANA's really. ... (2 replies)
... Hi. ANA alone doesn't diagnose any condition, but certainly a substantial elevation can suggest lupus or one of its "close cousins", among other things. ... (2 replies)
... opinions on what a borderline positive dsDNA test might mean in my case. I don't have a diagnosis yet. ... (6 replies)
... I have horrific joint pain. I've had what I consider to be 3 flares. ... (8 replies)
... I don't believe my ANA ever turned positive! ... (3 replies)
... Sjogren's, e.g., elevated ANA, joint pain, fatigue, swallowing problems, etc. Can't hurt to ask, and maybe have tests run to rule thyroid in or out, if you haven't already? ... (27 replies)
... Hi. I think Lyme is a spirochete (I JUST FIXED THIS PART, to correct my incorrect statement. It is bacterial, of a specific type.) But given joint pain on & off for YEARS, to me seeing a rheum makes sense, too, since someone could have Lyme, an AI, or both. Let us know what happens, OK? Wishing you good luck! (7 replies)
... What I can say is with positive lyme tests is its good they treat that first, and see what happens from there. I know lyme can cause positive ANA, I dont know about dsdna though. ... (7 replies)
... I woke up a week ago with pain in every joint but my knees. I have a family history of RA and lupus. My mom was diagnosed at 21. My family doc ordered many tests. ... (7 replies)
... In terms of when my symptoms started...that's a little difficult to say for sure. I've had joint pain for as long as I can remember, really, probably worsening in my later teenage years. ... (7 replies)


Associated Tags: ana, ana positive, auto-immune, fatigue, homogeneous, lupus, rhuematologist, titer

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