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What Is The Difference Between Anti Dsdna And Dsdna
Ana went from 1:80 spck to negative, VHS went from 50 to 10mm in 1week. Negative anti-dsDNA, Antibodies to Ro/SS-A and La/SS-B, RNP and SM. Lupus?
At mayo clinic i tested positive for anti dsdna. Latest test says negative (l) dsdna. If positive are you always positive?
Depends on lab: A lot of this depends on what your problems are. Specifically however laboratory studies can sometimes cause conflict. It depends on whether the test was done the correct way, and lab tests can vary even day today. Some labs do a better job than others. This may also depend on the technique of the type of dna test that was done. Your physician can help clarify this. ...Read more
I had some reumatology tests, and the anti-dsdna value is 43.2 u/ml. Should i be worried or am suspect of les? Thank you very much
See details: I would recommend you consult with a rheumatologist to determine if these values have any clinical significance. ...Read more
Normal lab test for anti dsdna is < 1:20 . Is 1:20 considered negative or positive or borderline ? Thank you
I tested positive ANA and anti dsdna, later testing neg. I have past diagnosis that may apply to lupus but do not do well articuliatng at dr. Help?
Tests and lupus: The question is why is the doctor running the tests? If your symptoms and physical signs are a strong indication of possible lupus, positive dsdna helps confirm a diagnosis of lupus. If the tests are run for "screening", they are worthless tests. No diagnosis of lupus or connective tissue disease can be made on antibody studies alone. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does it mean I have lupus if my ANA came back at 1:320 when anti-dsdna antibodies and sedimentation are normal?
My doctor won't refer me to a rheumatologist, I tested positive for ANA and anti dsdna. He Says I don't need to see one, should I insist to see one?
Possibly: A simple ANA test is positive in 20-30% of healthy people who won't ever develop autoimmune disease. However, a positive anti-dsdna test is much more specific for lupus.It doesn't make the diagnosis,but if you have any concerning symptoms like rash, arthritis, unexplained fevers, chest pain, shortness of breath or other abnormal labs (high ESR, low WBC or platelets, protein in urine), then insist! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've had a positive ANA and anti-dsdna. Plaquenil (hydroxychloroquine) helped but i had mood changes and went off of it and pain is back - what else can I try?
See below: In recent yrs, there have been more choices in meds for ra. Talk to your rheumatologist for your other options, for oral meds, ypu have methotrexate, sulfasalazine, xeljanz. The injectable meds are humira, remicade (infliximab). Don't jusy stop medications without telling your dr. Be well. ...Read more
Negative ANA blood test but positive anti-dsDNA antibodies. Do I have lupus? What causes this? Very symptomatic.
Rheumatologist: This test alone is insufficient to diagnose lupus. It has to be supplemented with appropriate symptoms and physical findings. A rheumatologist is best qualified to evaluate, advise, and treat you, if needed. ...Read more
Ra, hla b27, anti ccp, ana: -ve (cut off rate 1.117, sample rate 0.198), anti-dsdna: -ve (cut off 1.501, sample:0.536). What might be causing my pain?
See details: Pain where? What other issues do you have? Your lab is unremarkable. Without an exam it is impossible to even guess at the cause. There are numerous possibilities. ...Read more
12 m ago ANA+1:160 and anti dsDNA+ 13 mLH. Treated for SLE in FL. I moved to PA. New Rheum re-tested and both negative. States it was never SLE . Is this normal for SLE or something else? Confsued
I'm symptomatic, ANA & anti-dsdna neg. W/ a strong family history of sle. Is it worth doing further testing like anti-sm (neg. For infection and iem)?
Crp .1 mg/l. Ra/anti-dsdna antibs/ana all negative. Why might hematology report indicate "suggested reactive or inflammatory process"? Also noted subset of reactive lymphocytes, occasionally atypical.
See below : Reactive (atypical) lymphocytes are usually due to viral illness or stressor on the body. It could be due to a medicine reaction or autoimmune disorder as well. Your CRP level of 0.1 is very low which is good. And your ra/anti ds dna are negative. So overall they didn't find anything abnormal and they called it possibly due to reactive process. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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??
Is there any significance to splinter hemorrhages if I have normal results for ANA, anti-dsDNA, anti-Smith, CRP, sed rate? WBC on high end of normal.
May not be: This may be due to trauma. The tests does are not enough as it depends on your evalution by you physician ...Read more
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