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... my 13 year old daughter has elevated ANA 4.5 what could this be she has also been having numbness in her hands and feet. She has pain in her knees and ankles. ... (0 replies)
... I haven't been diagnosed with Lupus and hope I never will be, but I have a question about the ANA test. ... (0 replies)
... numbers. Many people have elevated ANA at different times in their life. Unless it is hugely elevated, probably nothing to worry about. ... (7 replies)

... Has anyone ever had a high ANA titer that was not lupus or the normally checked auto immune diseases related? ... (0 replies)
... is not that high. With most rheum problems the ANA titers much farther out. Also, it is not uncommon to have a slightly elevated ANA from time to time. Checking it again in 3 months is a good plan. ... (4 replies)
... I am 37 years old and was diagonised with positive ANA when I was 22. ... (3 replies)
... Hi aquanegra, May I ask what kind of issues you have with your kidneys? Thanks! (3 replies)
... Hi - Wow! With such a high ANA, I'm surprised you haven't been tagged as a probable lupus patient. I suggest you visit the lupus thread and read the 2 stickies at the top. One is about diagnosing lupus and the other is about an often related problem called Antiphospholipoid Syndrome, or APS. See if anything there sounds familiar. Wishing you well - Barbara (3 replies)
... The ANA test is a part of the lupus screening process, but there are other tests that make up the whole picture. Those of us with lupus take a lot of Plaquenil. ... (3 replies)
... I have been to a rhumatologist and a hematologist and neither can give me an answer as to why my ANA is so elevated? ... (0 replies)
... Hi, everyone. I've had my ANA levels tested four times within the past few years. The first time, they were slightly elevated, nothing to worry about. ... (9 replies)
... I know that is a disease that comes back with a positive ANA and ASM. BUT my liver enzymes are normal now. ... (1 replies)
... ease. He has been asymptomatic for about a year and has chosen to now take his medications right now and seems to be doing well. One of you mentioned that your ANA went back to normal. My son's rheumatologist said that the ANA never goes back to normal once it's elevated so they don't even check it anymore. ... (11 replies)
Jul 20, 2012
... What does a positive ANA and elevated RNP anitibodies indicate? ... (0 replies)
... My allergist said that this is "slightly" elevated but he wants me to see a rheumatologist to check it out. I haven't read anything that says it is slightly elevated. ... (0 replies)
... I too have had the same ANA score as you as well as autoimmune thyroiditis. ... (51 replies)
... declare itself to definitely be Scleroderma, Lupus, Rheumatoid, etc. You might ask your rheumy about it as it is a legit. listed disease and often includes an elevated ANA. Symptoms vary but mine included fatigue, mouth ulcers, joint inflammation and pain and a host of other symptoms related to other organ systems. ... (9 replies)
ANA Test results
Jun 13, 2016
... I have now had 3 ANA test come back positive. But I am being told by my RA Dr that the test that fall under the ANA umbrella are negative. With an elevated SED rate. He had me on Plaquenil but took me off last week. Because I kept having flare ups and he said it wasn't working. ... (1 replies)
... I have rheumatoid arthritis and have a negative ANA and a negative rheumatoid factor... ... (4 replies)
... to happen for them to give a diagnosis. you must have 4 out of the 11 critiria in order for them to diagnose you with lupus, because other things can cause the ANA to be elevated. ... (9 replies)

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