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... So I have read your post and it sounds so much like me. I to have Crohns but I have almost every Lupus symptom and have had a positive ana. The rhemotologist seems to blame my Crohns rather than looking into lupus. Lupus and Crohns are known to be linked. Pepole who have lupus usually may develop crohns, colitis or IBs. I feel very discouraged because I have been passed around... (11 replies)
... write back before now! Anyhow, ANA is only a general test that can be positive in a wide variety of conditions, not just lupus. The ANA test involves doing successive dilutions, and inspecting the sample at each point to see if "fluoresced material" still shows up. ... (1 replies)
... This was a test to confirm Lupus but Normal titer was <1:80. With a titer of <1:160 be positive and what is Nucleolr (1 replies)

My 5 year old son
Mar 21, 2014
... I think a pediatric rheumatologist is your best bet also, but his pediatrician could run some initial screening tests. An arthritis panel would check a bunch of appropriate tests, including an ANA, RA factor, ASO titer (for rheumatic fever), sed rate and CRP. On kids, I think it is helpful to request an extra tube drawn for "add ons" in case something comes back abnormal and... (7 replies)
Mar 16, 2014
... Lilshort, I'm not equipped to totally understand your recent 3/11/14 labs (understatement :D), but to the limited degree that I can, they don't seem to show that very interesting pattern you cited in your post #1, of often having blood and protein show up in urinalysis. So, my first reaction was to wonder, did your current doctor ever get copies of those OLDER labs? (That he... (76 replies)
Mar 15, 2014
... I decided to post my recent results so you guys can check them out. I read on another posts where borderline results can be significant, so here they are. ANA IFA SCREEN W/REFL TO TITER AND PATTERN, IFA ANA SCREEN, IFA POSITIVE (NEGATIVE) March 11, 2014 DIRECT ANTIGLOBULIN TEST (DAT) DIRECT ANTIGLOBULIN TEST (DAT) NEGATIVE (NEGATIVE) March 11, 2014 SM ANTIBODY SM... (76 replies)
... I have had ANA tests many times due to family history and they have always been negative. ... (3 replies)
... Be sure you know ANA status, both titer and pattern. ... (16 replies)
?? Lupus ??
Mar 8, 2014
... My doctor asked if I have been tested for Lupus. No, I had not. I was tested after seeing the doctor, for Lupus. My test results from the lab for the ANA test shows "POSITIVE", ANA Titer 1:160, ANA Pattern NUCLEOLR I have not talked with the doctor yet, but am very worried with this diagnosis, knowing I only have one kidney. :( (1 replies)
... It is hard to understand in this format, but looks like the ana was the only think off, but not positive. ... (3 replies)
Test results
Feb 27, 2014
... HI Expected Test Result LO Units Values ------------------------------------------------------------------ Antinuclear Antibody (Multiple), S ANA Titer: >1:640 ANA Pattern: Speckled The speckled pattern is associated with antibodies to ribonucleoprotein (U1-RNP), SM, SSA, SSB, PCNA (proliferating cell nuclear antigen), SCL-70, or PM-1. This pattern is seen most frequently in... (9 replies)
... Ladybud: I researched a lot of the results already and only one Veej were listing was also on there and I think that is in the normal range??? I have access to them on the U of M site and I just need to get to a printer to print them off. But as I said previously, I was a bit concerned that an assistant to the fibromyalgia specialist as able to say she didn't think it was... (8 replies)
... by a Fibromyalgia specialist physicians Assistant. She was definite that I have fibromyalgia. But wanted to do some more blood work since I did have a positive ANA come back from my pcp blood work. ... (8 replies)
... d tests have not been done yet, I would ask for them to be included in Wed. labs. A new sed rate and CRP for current inflammation would be good too, and a repeat ANA if only one has been done, as they fluctuate, and a new one may be higher in titer. ... (32 replies)
... So here's the long and short of it, I've been presenting symptoms of an auto immune disease for quite some time. Most recently my symptoms seem to be those of lupus but my blood work is conflicting. I have severe (officially diagnosed) fibromyalgia, my joints swell to the point of uselessness, my feet and hands change colors (the loveliest shade of purple and white), my hair... (32 replies)
... I have read so much info about lupus and most state that a high titer ANA is more predictive of lupus than an low titer one. I was wondering how many people here have lupus and a low titer ANA. If so, does it always stay positive, or does it usually show up negative? ... (6 replies)
... Thank you. I did read sticky notes. Although I am 22 year old caucasian male (which is quite rare to get this disease), a lot of the symptoms match. While having all symptoms listed above I've been also loosing hair at the hairline and crown. Doctor ordered some additional blood work: ANA titer, ANA with reflex cascade, vitamin B12, TSH, thymoglobulin/thyroid peroxidase ab ... (5 replies)
... I too run a high titer ANA with a speckled pattern, while the ANA test does not always mean a person has lupus, I have read the it is more likely when the pattern is speckled. ... (7 replies)
... Most recent ana was 2560 speckled. They are finally stopping looking for MS after 2 negative spinal taps and I have an appt. ... (8 replies)
... ANA's can go from positive to negative as much as they please. It's really bad because it NEVER corresponds with how we feel. Often people with have a negative ANA and feel awful! For that reason, doctors are starting to use the other blood tests to watch Lupus patients and even for diagnosis. ... (6 replies)

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