A 62-year-old female asked:
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56 year old (arthritis, lichen sclerosis, yeast) normal blood work except sed rate (42) and alk phos (121) vitamin d 23.9. What are the implications?

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Dr. EVAN Leibowitz
24 years experience in Rheumatology
Nothing specific: I don't know what type of arthritis that you have. I cannot think of any link between arthritis, lichen sclerosis, and yeast. The lab abnormalities are borderline and non-specific. A rheumatologist would talk to you more and help sort all of this out.
Answered on Sep 25, 2016
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