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... I think the three of us are all headed down the same road. I am just worried my new doc relies on bloodwork. (31 replies)
... My daughter took it for a couple of years for ulcerative colitis. We never had any problems with the sulfasalizine. (31 replies)
... He is treating as seronegative RA. ... (31 replies)

... my symptoms started about the same time yours did. I was just diagnosed with seronegative RA last week on Monday. I have no inflammation showing up in my blood work. None what so ever, on any test. ... (31 replies)
... You can have seronegative rheumatoid arthritis... ... (31 replies)
... What would be the deciding factor between UCTD and seronegative RA? ... (3 replies)
... Then I notice my eyes and mouth were very dry. My eyes burn, sting, feel dry and hurt. My orthodontist said I have what you'd possibly expect to see in early Sjogren's. My eyes also get puffy. ... (2 replies)
... t I had a sed rate of 37. I had also told him about my family history of rheumatoid arthritis and both my sister's and mother have this. My mother has a positive ra factor and my sister's both had a negative ra factor. ... (0 replies)
... However, my doctor still treated me with Plaquenil and Prednisone. Eventually I had a borderline positive ANA but never a positive RF test or sed rate, etc. This is why it's important for a doctor to take all tests into account when diagnosing and treating because I have what is called seronegative disease. ... (3 replies)
... Tamatie, I do understand. I was strong too. I put up with it all for years basically because I had no insurance and couldn't see a doctor for help so I tried whatever over the counter things I could find and of course like in your case...they didn't do a thing! I feel very lucky now that I have insurance and I am able to get help. When I had insurance several years ago... (10 replies)
... were in pain and of course she was...she's just had surgery. She said to take it as soon as you feel the onset of pain to get it under control. This situation is no different. I have put up with all this for the last 20 years with NO help other than apsirin or over the counter medications and that does no good at all. ... (10 replies)
... I was in what became a 7 week flare from hell, fortunately the new rheumy got to see me when I was bad off although not at my worst. ... (10 replies)
... ll at 20 mg and now down to's like it was a dream that I felt so good. I have sent my doctor a fax and maybe he'll respond to it. All the inflammation is back and I'm feeling all that pain and stuff again so I'm a little discouraged right now. He wants me to decrease to 5 mg...I haven't done that yet. ... (10 replies)
... so our snow is melting which is a good thing. ... (14 replies)
... Are you on disability and Medicare...that is where the doughnut hole is? ... (14 replies)
... I hope all is well in your corner of the world. Or Connecticut. I've spent a little time in CT. ... (14 replies)
... I'm looking for some information. I have been diagnosed with seronegative spondilitis. Other terms used have been undifferentiated arthritis. My condition does not involve my spine, but my tendons. ... (2 replies)
... For example, is your pain worse in the morning and after periods of rest, or is it worse after activity? ... (8 replies)
... This test is highly specific for RA. ... (5 replies)
RA Factor Question
Sep 28, 2006
... Also, I'd like to add that you don't have to have a positive RF to have Rheumatoid Arthritis. This is referred to as seronegative RA. There are other factors involved in diagnosing. What symptoms are you experiencing? ... (5 replies)

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