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Ana positive twice 1:40 speckled and again 1:160 atypical speckled and nucleolar what is the atypical speckled?
Indicator of antibod: The speckled pattern represents different types of antibodies in your nucleus. These can go with variety of nucleoprotines such as rnp, smith, ssa, ssb. The nucleolar pattern is the staining of the nucleolus a certain defined structures inside the nucleus. These can be associated with a variety of specific connective tissue disease but may not also. A evaluation of you will tell. ...Read more
Red itchy bum crack. Looks like red ring or red oval lines w distinct borders. Purple redish colour. Flat not raised. No lumps, bumps or sores.
DLE Biopsy Inconclusive Weak Positive ANA, ds-DNA Normal ENA R Positive ANT RNP positive .FBC &Urine Ok Photosen Rash face &Ears fingers consider SLE?
Consider SLE or over: Might consider SLE or overlap syndrome or both. You need to see a rheumatologist ...Read more
My cardiolipin IgM has come back high 3 times, neutrophils slightly raised & ANA negative. symptoms indicative of Lupus, MCTD?? Gp not worried.
See a rheumatologist: The lab tests may be unreliable especially at hospital labs. Even if negative the anticardiolipin ab may be a concern depending on your symptoms. IgM anticardiolipin Anyibody us also for many not a problem. It us best if you are having symptoms to see a specialist and get their opinion. ...Read more
Autoimmune disorder: Lupus or other autoimmune disorder a possibility. Those titre numbers (1:40) are not extremely elevated so it may also be a normal variant. Also other connective tissue disorders possible: polymyositis, rheumatoid, sjogren's, etc. You probably need additional blood work and to possibly see a rheumatologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
(Biopsy DLE Inconclusive)ds-DNA Normal.Weak Positive ANA,ENA R Positive ANT RNP positive FBC &Urine Ok.Photosen,Rash face&Ears blister fingers... SLE?
Have a Positive ANA>320 Atypical Speckled Pattern. CRP ,Sed Rate & RF all wnl. Other SX Reynaud's,dry mouth,butterfly rash,fatigue & joint flare-up's?
Need specialist: It sounds like you have one or more of the often-overlapping autoimmune diseases in the lupus / scleroderma / Sjogren's / mixed connective tissue disease family. The real question will be how to treat you. This is why we have rheumatologists. You'll need to partner with your caregiver as you sort through this incredibly confusion area within medicine. Best wishes. ...Read more
Red rush: Raised skin bumps can be caused by a variety of conditions, benign or harmful, but in most cases they are benign and harmless. The most common causes are an infection or an allergic reaction. Rec.: if concerned about the condition of your skin, you should see your doctor. Hope it helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Itchy red rash looks like petichiae (pink red pin spots) raises up when itched.Crook of elbow-bicep-stomach. Platelets are 160-230. Do petich. Itch?
Fast pulse, red blood cells little low, ESR high. Ana positive 1:640 speckled. Up back pain 1 yr blood in stool twice year or so.I do have hemroids?
See your doc: The symptoms you are giving warrant further wrork up. Hemorrhoid alone do not explain the high ESR and the fast pulse. It is important to know how high is the ESR and to do a complete physical exam to look for skin rash or mucosal ulcers. Only a physician can guide you to get an accurate diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dermatology test symptoms itchy red lesions with small black spots in ears an scalp face little hair loss , normal blood and urine. no ANA test SLE ?
Skin scrapings: Did your doctor do skin scrapings? Go back for diagnosis and treatment plan ...Read more
Likely: A fungal infection, try lotrimin (clotrimazole) or another fungal cream, if it hurts may have superimposed bacterial infection and need antibiotics. My guess is that daily application of lotrimin (clotrimazole) for 4 weeks will do the trick. It will stop the growth as your skin grows it out, not immediate. ...Read more
Capillary cirulation: The autonomic (automatic) nervous system controls circulation by a "dilate/constrict" balance. This suggests that lower brain controls are unevenly distributed. Depending on whether there are other symptoms (if I am right there always are) a high sugar diet and/or cow's milk would do this. ...Read more
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