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... neck pain and now I'm having joint pain as well. ... (5 replies)
Sed Rate
Sep 9, 2008
... in the body which can be from ANY cause. The test is not specific and really not very worthy in my opinion, other than telling you that you have inflammation. ... (4 replies)
... reactive protein or CRP is found in the liver and accumulates there in reaction to inflammation. CRP has been found to be a more accurate test to measure inflammation and pain than ESR or sed rate. ... (2 replies)

... I am also taking 1 mg. folic acid per day. My new doctor...a rheumatologist finally told me why I need this and he told me I will need bloodwork every 2 months to insure my liver and kidney chemistry's are ok. ... (14 replies)
... I have researched on the web and this is only supposed to last a couple of years or so if that. ... (0 replies)
... Fibromyalgia does not cause a high sed. rate so you have something inflammatory going on. An increased sed rate does not tell you what kind of inflammation just that there is inflammation. that's why you need the other tests. ... (2 replies)
... No... I haven't had any full body anything. I've had MRI's for lumbar and cervical spondylosis, stenosis, have some bulging discs at both locations, pinched nerves and for the last oh... ... (14 replies)
... I started to get the same thing about 2 months ago, so went to see my doctor. He basically did a blood test to check for inflammation (Sed Rate) and it came back elevated. If I were you I'd go get that one checked. If it comes back elevated, he will probably do more tests, like an arthritis panel. I can't remember what all is in that, but my doctor ran those tests and 2 came... (2 replies)
... I haven't been officially diagnosed with RA, but I have some of the symptoms and I'm afraid that I won't be able to find work if I tell potential employers my problems. ... (11 replies)
... ve had debilitating all over joint pain that seems to only be cured with prednisone. My physician had ordered blood tests to rule out autoimmune arthritis and my results came back ok. ... (2 replies)
... Jan O have just been diagnosed with polymyalgia and I am only 46. My doctor said it is rare for someone my age to have it but it explains my high sed rate and reactive c protein is high and the ra factor is negative. I go to a RA doctor and he is the one who diagnosed the problem. ... (7 replies)
Ms & Ra?
Jul 29, 2008
... s nodes are the same thing on the middle joints. They're caused by osteoarthritis, which despite it's innocuous 'gramma disease' reputation, can be very painful and debilitating and can strike in early middle age. ... (4 replies)
... will be up..that goes up just from stress alone let alone an illness and is extremely sensitive but totally unproductive in that it doesn't tell you what or where is causing the inflammation. ... (9 replies)
... So you need to have the rheumy do more tests and figure out what is going on. No one test will tell's a grouping of test results along with observation that tells them what is going wrong. ... (1 replies)
... thank you jenny thank you so much i was kinda thinking the same thing probably something thats causing the rash around my genitals and abdominal pain is causing me to have joint pain also quick question if i cant figure out whats wrong with me in time can it lead to drastic diseases / disorders im am now looking into fibromyalga do you think it was still when i was... (26 replies)
... nts but OA does so it helps to figure out which is which. If they did hurt, you probably have one of the types of arthritis that do affect those joints including Reactive Arthritis. ... (26 replies)
... I think your doctor is right. We are sero negative and we have a lot of different symptoms for a lot of things but we just don't fit because of the blood work. Mixed connective tissue disease... ... (19 replies)
... I have been going down hill. I have a swollen wrist on the left hand and it hurts to lift anything with both wrists. My fingers on the right hand are sore really bad in the morning, they are not swollen but sore. ... (3 replies)
... rate, and that has always been elevated in the blood tests I have taken in the last two years. For women under 50 the normal rate is 20. Mine is currently 32 and hasn't been under 30 in two years. ... (4 replies)
... what a jerk. Next you can have RA without a positive rheumatoid factor. I had similar symptoms 20 yrs ago with a very high sed rate, 76. I was sent to a rheumy and treated eventually with Plaquenil and my diagnosis was polyarthritis since it involved many joints at different times. ... (11 replies)

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