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My mum has lupus and IV been tested and tould I have factor five lyroid what is a diffent type to my mum i would like to no bout it please help?
Lupus: Sorry but your question is confusing. I assume u r asking about factor 5 leiden deficiency. Factor v leiden (fak-tur five lide-n) is a mutation of one of the clotting factors in the blood called factor v. This mutation can increase your chance of developing abnormal blood clots (thrombophilia), usually in your veins. ...Read more
Lupus erythematosus is a name given to a collection of autoimmune diseases, in which the human immune system becomes hyperactive and attacks normal, healthy tissues.Symptoms of these diseases can affect many different body systems, including joints, skin, kidneys, blood ...Read more
Usually negative: Anti-nuclear antibodies are almost always positive if it's really lupus. These tests are fraught with technical pitfalls, and are never more than adjuncts to a clinical diagnosis. ...Read more
I have lupus anticoagulant and dr. Is wanting to put me on xorelto! i've read mixed reviews mostly against, & cost is a factor? What is your opinion?
Use caution: Xarelto is awesome if you listen to the manufacturer. Unlike coumadin, you do not require regular blood draws to evaluate effect. However, there is also no clear reversal agent if one does sustain a bleed. It can be a terrible situation when someone has a brain hemorrhage, etc, from relatively trivial fall. ...Read more
My mum has lupus i have been tested and tould i have factor v Leiden can someone please explain what it is and how it will affect me in my life?
Depends: The risk of blood clot development depends on weather you have one or two copies of the gene for Factor V deficiency, A person with 2 copies of the gene have increase in risk of DVT, pregnancy loss and pregnancy complications. Your physician can give you more information based on your test results. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My lower back hurts so bad its on both sides, been diagnosed r.A. Factor is negative lupus factor is positive.Dr says the pains nothing to do with ra?
Had a lupus anticoagulant test done all was normal except for a high thrombin time at 22.8 is this serious? Factor 5 also runs in my family.
In several ways!: Lupus can be associated with dry-eye syndrome, typically more severe in sjogren's syndrome. Very severe lupus can causes optic neuritis, but this is quite rare. The most common problem with the eye in lupus patients is the development of cataracts from treatment with steroids, one of many reasons doses should be kept low. Plaquenyl eye toxicity is nill, by using less than 6 mg/kg of body weight. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have lupus , factor 10 and m.T.H.F.R. I have arthritis through out my whole body. I cannot find a doctor that can help with controlling my pain.
I had a 1:160 ANA blood result. Further testing for lupus was negative and my rheumatoid factor was normal. What could the high ANA be caused by?
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