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... you can have RA and not have a positive test for RA. ... (15 replies)
... i have a great disgusting pic to show them. ... (6 replies)
... and getting a shot of cortisone in it, my blood work all came back negative and so did the sample of fluid from my knee. ... (15 replies)

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... high normal at 8.2, but I've had 9.4 one year ago and my endo didn't think it was anything, and said he suspected it would come down, it did. ... (6 replies)
Oct 28, 2008
... Year 2008 for me was a year with a lots of news. ... (4 replies)
... for example, if I take a nap on a Saturday, when I wake up my hands are typically swollen and sore. The test are just one way of confirming a diagnosis. I have obviously been blessed by finding the right docs. ... (15 replies)
... I was mostly worried about the hands. I can live with leg pain, but I have a nearly 6 month old, and I have to be able to hold her, and I was starting to have severe weakness in the finger joints. Made the appointment when I nearly dropped her. ... (2 replies)
... I am 28 years old. I recently went to a friends Dr, after seeing 2 others, to help me figure out why I am tired all the time. She said this Dr was very good. ... (1 replies)
Could this be RA?
Jan 23, 2008
... I think I read somewhere that if one has had lymphoma that eventually they too could wind up the road with having fibromyalgia. ... (1 replies)
... I got the results from my RH factor test yesterday. ... (2 replies)
... he same boat as me, I have also got exremely painful wrist and ankle joints that seem to flare up, this began 5yrs ago I was in hospital for 3 weeks, came out in a wheelchair, off work 6mths on MST 20mg twice a day then my joints became grinding and hey presto back to normal. ... (9 replies)
... Get to your general doctor asap and get checked. A simple blood test can often dectect arthritic activity, especially RA. It is better to ease your mind that to go on in fear. ... (2 replies)
... I have to say, I agree with the's not Ra. ... (6 replies)
... It's true that you can have RA without having any positive "specific" blood work for Ra. ... (1 replies)
Old Pro with RA
Feb 13, 2004
... Ladywolfe, As I stated in my post above, I was only twenty years old when I got RA and I was working as a fitness instructor at a local health club. ... (9 replies)
... Hi everyone, an update for you, if you are interested... ... (7 replies)
... I am very sorry at such young age you experiencing pain. ... (3 replies)
... Was your RA factor positive then? ... (10 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)

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