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... I am 28yrs old and about 4 years ago I started having weird intermitten symptoms. It started out with horrible fatigue, hip pain, hand and feet pain. I have had a high WBC count x's 4 years ranging from 12. ... (3 replies)
... ello, yes other conditions can cause elevated numbers. Last November my then 20 yr old son woke one morning with very sore toes on one foot, then the other foot, and a week or two later swollen ankles. He had the same results as you, high crp and sed rate and negative ana and rf factor and was sent to a rheumatologist. ... (3 replies)
... I am researched to death and could use some opinions! ... (3 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)
Could this be RA?
Jul 11, 2009
... For the past 6 weeks or so, I've been having some foot pain in the third, fourth, and fifth metatarsal region. It started off as an annoyance, but one morning about three weeks ago, I woke up with absolutely agonizing pain in my foot. ... (2 replies)
SED rate
Oct 29, 2011
... tube of blood...erythrocyte sedimentation rate. It has traditionally been a measure of inflammation somewhere in the body but even stress can make it go up to 20 and even higher. ... (2 replies)
... immune disorders is that the blood work can fluctuate and some of the older tests are notoriously unreliable. ... (2 replies)
May 25, 2011
... but I'm way older than you. All my bests are negative for just about everything under the sun. I have a positive ANA but negative titer. If it weren't for my high SED rate and CRP they would have absolutely nothing to go on. ... (8 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)
... e. He told me initially if the bloodwork was normal, he would get an MRI or check every other avenue for the swelling. The bloodwork came back essentially normal and then he went against what he originally said, and claimed I still need to see a rheumatologist. ... (6 replies)
... Your B12 needs to be brought up. I also have lower B12 but my level is a whopping 320 and I know it is causing issues. You do not need to wait for injections. You can take sublingual B12. ... (5 replies)
May 25, 2011
... months, mainly with swollen, stiff, sore, red, hot knees and fingers. When they become swollen I can't straighten them. I'm a 21 year old female and I also have Celiac Disease. ... (8 replies)
... law had hyperparathyroid and I don't remember him having all these joint pains. But since you had a high sed rate and CRP despite short term treatment with Pred, I'd suspect some kind of inflammatory arthritis. Your calcium is slightly and a low RA Factor is no big deal. ... (1 replies)
... You need to be seen by someone who will test you and is a specialist like a rheumatologist. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Jenny and thank you for responding. ... (14 replies)
... Well, so far two of the tests for rheumatoid arthritis are positive, the rheumatoid factor and CCP. ... (7 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)
Blood Tests
Jun 21, 2012
... I am having some aches and pains. My hands hurt, my ankles hurt, I am not sure what is going on. ... (3 replies)
... I am a 35 yr old Female, and I have been feeling not so good for over a year now. ... (5 replies)
Ms & Ra?
Jul 28, 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)

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