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... Hi. Well, for me the answer is yes. I have had multiple test come back positive but my last one was negative in Feb. My last rheumy, in CO said that means that the lupus is 'dormant'..... ... (1 replies)
... can you be diagnosed with lupus and have a positive ana then a negative ana when it is being treated (1 replies)
... set" before the full blown disorder. I've got to see a Haemotologist about my recent "positive" ANA result. ... (5 replies)

... Hi there, from what i've read on lupus it is very common to have a positive ANA, and then if re tested be negative. ... (1 replies)
... I have a positive ANA, speckled pattern. I asked my doc to take more specific tests and got the results... ... (5 replies)
ANA testing
Dec 29, 2003
... There are LOTS of autoimmune diseases. Arthritis is one of them... patients who have Fibromyalgia will often sometimes have a positive ANA test even though Fibromyalgia isn't considered an autoimmune disease. ... (2 replies)
ANA Questions
May 28, 2004
... Can anyone answer a quesiton about ANA tests? ... (6 replies)
... I had a positive, low titer, speckled pattern (twice a few yrs apart), then was negative. (13 replies)
... months. I have a 6 month old baby and just contributed the discomfort to NEVER sleeping. I also wake up during the night and then can't fall back to sleep. ... (0 replies)
... And yes, I already wrote this out once and then lost it, somewhere in the ether! That won't happen again! ... (3 replies)
... i have just recieve a postive ana and i am being tested for lupus, although i didn't get to seem my usual physican, and i am still hoping it turns out to be sjogrens rather than lupus. ... (13 replies)
... I have had a positive ANA, then it was negative the second time around but then my double strand DNA came back with a positive RNP and Smith Antibody. My symptoms have been fatigue, pain, swelling in hands, fingers, legs, ankles and feet, bruising, some headaches. ... (9 replies)
... CMV (Cytomegalo Virus) is not just associated with HIV. This can be a symptom of many disorders. CMV can be associated with Hepatitis and other disorders when your body is trying to fight off another disorder that is over whelming to your immune system. It's almost like your blood becomes confused when fighting something chronic, creating CMV. Often CMV is non-symptomatic,... (10 replies)
... Hi, I could not help but reply when I saw CMV. I assume you are speaking of Cytomegalo Virus. I too have CMV. I had it when doctors were not aware of CMV in adults 1970. They always thought babies died of this within 3 months, or were deformed or retarded. This is no longer the case. They have found many adults of whom were born with this and more common in adults... (10 replies)
... fib. Then I began having panic attack like episodes. Suddenly would feel strange. Warm feeling in chest, pallor, sweaty hands, SOB, chest tightness, tachycardia. ... (10 replies)
... and a positive Rf at 600, Pstv anti ro and anti la, ngtv everything else. My Hair and lashes are falling out everywhere allready, and it's only been two months. ... (9 replies)
Please help me
Mar 14, 2007
... FYI, another woman I met who has SCLE was on steroids for a long time. She had more symptoms than I did, including testing positive for antiphospholipid syndrome. ... (34 replies)
... I'm new to all this and I have read the articles about false positives and the fact that the ANA by itself is not significant in making a diagnosis. ... (9 replies)
Need support
Jan 18, 2007
... I totally understand how you feel.. I almost feel as if you all are describing my experiences.. I have been diagnosed with Undiffentiated Connective Tissue Disease. I have been sick for about 3 months, gained 20lbs, have joint pain, weening off the prednisone, just started plaquenil 2 months ago, just stopped taking Zyrtec (not sure if it was doing anything b/c I still have... (7 replies)
... Your ANA can fluctuate! If it is negative it does NOT mean that you don't have an autoimmune disorder! They can go from positive to negative every day of the week depending on what is going on in your body. What autoimmune disorder were you diagnosed with? ... (13 replies)




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