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Hi all, I'm new to this, but I was wondering if anyone might have any information...
I'm 25 and I've been having problems for a couple of years now, petachie, fatigue, sun sensitivity, aching joints, night sweats, etc. I had a positive ANA test result at 1:640, but everything else has turned up normal. Recently I herniated a disc in my lower back and had an MRI of my spine. It turns out that my bone marrow looks abnormal on the MRI. Apparently, the marrow is isointense to the disc space on the T1-weighted images which, as my orthopedic surgeon kept saying over and over again, is pretty unusual. This can be considered to be a sign of leukemia, lymphoma, or other bone marrow replacing disorders. I most likely am going to have a bone marrow biopsy done.
Does anyone know what could possibly be wrong with me? Is it possible to have a positive ANA and still have leukemia? Is it possible to have a CBC within normal limits and still have leukemia? Could this be a sign of an autoimmune disorder? Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!





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