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Have Lupus With High Cpk Levels
Creatine kinase is an enzyme found in muscles throughout the body. There are different subtypes of the enzyme, called isoforms, which predominate in different organs. For instance, the isoform in skeletal muscles is different from that which is most heavily found in the heart muscle. A blood tests detects levels of this in the body, for example if ...Read more
I have high ferritin with normal iron, high triglycerides with low cholesterol, high sed rate, with red palms and debilitating fatigue.Fibro.Any clue?
Hemachrmatosis ?: Please see your family doc and get evaluated for hemachromatosis. The symptoms are: abdominal pain fatigue generalized darkening of skin color (often referred to as bronzing) joint pain lack of energy loss of body hair loss of sexual desire weight loss weakness. Please see website: www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/hemochromatosis/ds00455/method=... Hemochromatosis — comprehensive overview. ...Read more
No: Often c3 complement levels are a nonspecific marker of other possible problems like infection or autoimmune inflammation or lupus perhaps. But if you have normal kidney function otherwise that may not be the case. You might need to have your kidney function looked at more closely to be sure of this with other tests first. ...Read more
See below: Addison's disease is a state of low cortisol or hypocortisolism. In addition to cortsiol, the adrenal galnd also produces a very important hormone called aldosterone. The latter is responsible for reabsorbing sodium from the urine in exchange for potassium. If such hormone is not produced in sufficient quantity (either isolated or in conjunction with cortisol), potassium levels go up. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a +2 tear drop cells in rbc also high rbc and WBC also pos high 180 ana also high esinophyl levels and cortisol level is very minimal abnormall?
Yes: You have an autoimmune disorder and need to see a rheumatologist ...Read more
It should not: Febrile illnesses by themselves should not elevate CPK and usually will not elevate a sed rate( at least not signifcantly). Certainly certain diseases and illnesses can but usually not with the common viruses etc. ...Read more
Pth blood level was high. Diagnosed with hypothyroidism a year ago. Vitamin d deficient. Also have high blood press. How does all this correlate?
High PTH: Once you had a high PTH level, did your doctor give order any diagnostic work up for it? If so, you should know which of your parathyroid glands is the cause. You need to see a surgeon for a possible parathyroidectomy if your PTH is high and your have symptoms. Your hypothyroidism is not connected to your high PTH level. Your vit d level may be low due to the high calcium seen with your high pth. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can you have osteoarthritis and even lupus with a low CRP and sed rate? I've tested positive for anticardiolipin antibodies.
Diagnosed with high blood pressure, low sodium levels, diagnosed with high potassium levels - what does it mean?
Generally not: Unless an acute presentation.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have fevers, high wbc's with high neutrophils, positive anca, and elevated beta 2 microglobin along with proteinuria. How urgent is this?
With recent blood tests indicating detectable (ie. High) levels of crp, ANA and esr, should I seek testing for lupus or any other diseases?
Could there be a correlation that would explain elevated ptt, high ALDO/PRA RATIO, low pregnenolone and elevated AFP?
I have sle. What does a high neutrophil and low lymphocyte count mean? I also had a high active ptt, low co2, high creatine, high bun, and high anion
I have antiphospholipid syndrome(aps), with anticardiolipin antibodies igg/gpl extremely high. Others are normal. What problems arise with a high igl?
Antiphospholipid syn: Antiphospholipid syndrome (aps) is a disorder that manifests clinically as recurrent venous or arterial thrombosis and/or fetal loss. Some patients with aps have no evidence of any definable associated disease, while, in other patients, aps occurs in association with sle or another rheumatic or autoimmune disorder. Traditionally, these have been referred to as primary or secondary aps, respectivel. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Wilson disease?? Hospitalized with hypokalemic parlaysis, alt & ast elevated, bradycardia. Now hypoglycemic, high Uric acid urine and low T3 (liothyronine).
Too complicated: Your health issues are too complicated to be properly addressed in this forum. It is imperative that you keep in touch with your doctor who has more information about your health. ...Read more
So all of my issues with high white count, high platelets, high potassium, severe anemia, could that be addison's disease?
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