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Homogeneous Ana Joint Pain
ANA 1:320 Homogenous pattern, positive ssDNA, and chromatin antibodies 60 u/ml. Fatigue and joint pain. Is lupus a possibility?
Yes: 1:320 along with positive ssDNA Ab and the symptoms you are having makes Systemic Lupus a strong possibility. I suggest seeing a Rheumatologist so they can also evaluate and potentially initiate treatments. ...Read more
An "ana" is a blood test used to screen a person for the possibility of several autoimmune diseases. It is important to remember that this is a screening test and a positive result only indicates more testing may be warranted. No blood test is perfect, and getting to a diagnosis is usually much more complex than drawing blood and looking at a number ...Read more
My ana titer is 1:40 speckled pattern, indeterminate dsdna. I have flare ups of joint pain, stiffness, knees swell, Raynauds, fever, hair loss. Lupus?
I have widespread joint pain, swelling. C-reactive protein <0.5 mg/dl, rheumatoid arthritis factor<8.6 iu/ml, sed rate 15mm/hr. Rheumatoid arthritis?
Polyarthralgia: You should be seen in person by a rheumatologist. Good luck. ...Read more
ANA 1:160 homogenous, anti ssDNA 42, normal Rh factor, ESR, anti dsDNA , neg HLA B27. Tests due to severe joint pain- is this indicative of lupus??
Ana lab results of 8 (1:40-1:80) with homogeneous and speckled pattern. Extreme fatigue and bilateral joint pain. Rf neg.?
Maybe. Maybe not.: These tests are non specific and do not indicate disease nor do they exclude disease. Rheumatologic disease is difficult to diagnose. Need a good clinician. ...Read more
Lupus? Received positive 1:160 homogenous ANA. Familial history of lupus, breathing pain, extreme fatigue, joint pain, constant low grade fever
Cannot diagnose: This clinical history suggests a need for you to be seen by an astute clinician or even a rheumatologist. Need more info and further testing and examination before a diagnosis can be offered. What you describe can fit numerous conditions. Go soon and be evaluated. Good luck and best wishes. ...Read more
Sacroilitis, Achilles enthesitis, HLA B27 negative, ANA 1280 homog/speck, SED/RA norm, ENA neg, CBC norm, kidney/liver norm, multiple lupus symptoms?
Ana positive, 1:320 centromere pattern. Some joint pain, some swelling, fatigue. Could I have lupus or scleroderma?
See below: Lab results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the test is usually in the best position to do that. The information you provided suggests scleroderma/crest. See this site for more info and discuss with your doctor. http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/scleroderma/ds00362. ...Read more
Severe widespread joint pain/morning stiffness 9 mnth. Daily 20mg prednisone did not work, MRI of joints show no inflammation. RF DNA SM neg ANA 1:320?
Alternative: Despite ANA being positive, if you have no inflamm visible & prednisone had no effect, consider an alternative track: many foods cause sensitivities/joint/muscle pain without measurable inflammation.Sugar/Wheat/Gluten are among the most common.Consider seeing a doctor interested in 'Functional Medicine' & they can test for these sensitivities.Other thought: toxicities.These drs can test this, too. ...Read more
Homogeneous ANA 1:320 neg double strand dna. Fatigue, mouth sores, history pericardial effusion , reactive airway, knuckle pain, is this typical of lupus?
Ana positive 1.80 speckled pattern/dsdna also positive 36.1/ Ena negative. muscle/joint pain headache/chronic fatigue... likely to be lupus?
Yes: Certainly compatible with lupus but no lab test alone can establish a diagnosis thus you need to consult your rheumatologist. ...Read more
Not bone density: Low bone density does not cause any symptoms unless you have a fracture due to osteoporosis, then there is pain. Pain in joints can be from osteoarthritis or other forms of arthritis. See your doctor or a rheumatologist for diagnosis and treatment of joint pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lower back pain for a month+stiffness in both hands. Ana 1:80 speckled+homogenous but very low crp, negative anticcp & lymphocytocis (55%). Arthritis?
+ ANA 1280 homogenous/speckled, negative ena. Thinning hair, sun rash, joint pain, fatigue, paresthesias. Have blau syndrome/eos-can this cause ^ana?
See details: As you well know, this is an extremely rare condition. I could find no specific mention of its association with a positive ANA but i suspect any chronic inflammatory disease, especially one with an inflammatory arthritis can have the ability to generate a positive ana. The best advice is to discuss this with your rheumatologist if you are seeing one. ...Read more
Seizures mouth ulcers hepatocellular disease low blood count anticardiolipin antibodies 1:80 speckled ANA osteoarthritis spine Si joints LUPUS maybe?
Mild Psoriasis sufferer, chronic pain right forarm & elbow. Blood tests 80 titre ana, positive anticentromere. Psoriatic arthritis or scleroderma?
Occam's Razor: Usually Systemic Sclerosis and/or limited Scleroderma is not characterized by arthritis like you describe. The typical biomarker the anti Scl-70 (anti-topoisermorase). Symptoms have to be put into context and better described than elbow and forearm pain. This one you should see a rheumatologist about. Dermatology would be useful as well. Best of luck! ...Read more
Finger joint swelling/redness,fever,fatigue,back shoulder hip pain/stiff and muscle aches. ANA pos,RF neg,other tests normal. Possibilities?
Several things: In young women finger swelling,fever,stiffness,muscle aches ,other joint pain can be the onset of lupus,Rheumatoid arthritis (RA test does not have to be positive). Other less common connective tissue diseases and even some infections can do this. A Rheumatologist should be able to work this out.Not all tests are positive early. ...Read more
50 y/o male chronic neck & LBP, headache, shoulder pain, bilateral hip pain. Normal CBC, CK,CMP,ESR,CRP,Vit D,RF. ANA 1:40 speckled. More workup?
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