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... phosolipid antibodies. I tested positive for cardiolipin antibodies and subsequently took baby aspirin for the remainder of my pregnancy. I had a healthy baby girl. ... (1 replies)
... y will retest an ANA several times to see if the titer raises. Another comment I have is that a negative ANA has no pattern seen. So if you have an ANA that is positive on the scale listed by the lab, it will have a pattern. It can say something like "rimmed" or "speckled" or "homogenous" etc. ... (11 replies)
... Smith antibodies. Complement studies are also useful. Those with positive tests will be followed more closely. ... (0 replies)

Lupus confusion
Nov 26, 2017
... Im so very confused also as ive got a negative ANA but consistently high positive anti DSDNA and positive chromatin both specific to SLE. ... (0 replies)
... Kooze, since you are just getting diagnosed and have not started any treatment, it's normal to feel frightened and just want to escape the reality of having a chronic illness. Unfortunately it will not just go away, but you can feel better in time with appropriate treatment. The meds used to treat SLE take some time to work, and a combination may be needed depending on how you... (1 replies)
... Hi everyone, I'm new, 42 years old from Australia. The last few months have been a roller coaster. Resulting in a diagnosis of SLE and lymphocytic vasculitis. ANA speckled 1:320 first test 1:80 speckled second test Positive biopsy for facial rash as lymphocytic vasculitis Anti dsDNA positive C3 high reading C4 low Urinalysis trace blood and low specific gravity... (1 replies)
... I saw a rheumotologist last week. Based on my symptoms and positive bloodwork, he said he can't say i have lupus but he can't say I don't have it. He said i'm in a very grey area right now and only have 3 out of the 11 criteria. ... (15 replies)
... dsDNA was positive by only 302. I am not sure how to interpret this test... but from what I have read on the internet is that this would be indicative of Lupus SLE. ... (1 replies)
????Lupus
Sep 22, 2015
... I would say that the results are most consistent with lupus since dsDNA antibodies were strong positive. ... (11 replies)
... DNA positive and ran with that from then onwards. ... (21 replies)
... and positive for greater than 180. I'm pretty clear on all the labs except this last lab...the DNA one. ... (3 replies)
... Depending on the method used for ANA screen, some wont show pattern & titer. I know mine do not, because the ANA is reported positive if only one of the ENA's are positive (in my case, its anti dsdna) Again, depending on test method, chromatin antibodies can quite specific. Its also seen in drug induced lupus, lupoid hepatitis (AIH), rarely in sjrogrens, scleroderma, or... (3 replies)
Confused
Apr 7, 2015
... ave it definitely but told me about planquenil and told me to stay out of the sun because people with lupus should stay out of the sun. My first question is the positive test to the negative test. Should I be worried? ... (6 replies)
... Folate deficiencies are common along with B12 deficiencies and can contribute to peripheral neuropathy, so it would be reasonable to get folate measured in serum and where it stands. A B complex vitamin supplementation would cover the rest as well. (28 replies)
... Hopefully just a coincidence, but I've read that maybe i need other B vitamins also, because of the bcp ? they deplate the body of folate and other b vitamins too ? (28 replies)
... I have never heard of that happening from your vitamins and cannot think of any logical connection between the two. May just be coincidence or perhaps related to your hormone cycle? (28 replies)
... Is it normal that a specialist ( my neurologist ) doesn't call back even after I called her office for a test result ( autonomic test ) ? I have these other problems since I saw her and I was ready to discuss them with her when she calls, but I'm looking for a new neurologist right now (she missed my anti ds-Dna being 22 anyway on my blood work, and if I hadn't ask for a copy... (28 replies)
... Oh Sue, on one hand, a mystery maybe solved, but on the other, such a long time of not knowing what was really going on. Very frustrating indeed. I feel for you and see how the stress builds up. The good news is that if it is trigeminal neuralgia, and very well could be, there are meds that can help with that and you have a neurologist who should evaluate that for you. May be... (28 replies)
... I know that I don't need more stress in my life, but it makes me angry, the neuro dr. had the tilt table test results last thursday, and even that I called her secretary today ( I couldn't wait ) the dr. didn't called me back. My neck x ray showed cervical spondylosis, mild retrolisthesis of C4 on C5, minimal disc space narrowing at C3-4 and C4-5 and mild narrowing at C6-7.... (28 replies)
... The sublingual B12 usually works even if you do not absorb it well in the gut. Vit D can be taken orally-2 different mechanisms of absorption. The newer tests for pernicious anemia are antibodies tested on serum against intrinsic factor and parietal cells of stomach. Intrinsic factor is necessary for Vit B12 absorption and the parietal cells make it. It is autoimmune, caused... (28 replies)


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