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Faitgue w/knee and hip pain, a +ccp antibody, a - hla-b27 antigen? Possible ra?

Maybe. Ra is possible although the pattern of involvement is not that typical. How positive was the ccp? Unless it is strongly positive it is not that specific for ra. Read more...

Negative hla-b27 antigen. Normal cpk, esr. Crp 1.6. Ra neg. For 7 months stiff sore muscles in hips, shoulders back what could this be? Doctor not sure.

Age, side effects,,, This could be from just age effects on your muscles, especially if you've used them a lot during your lifetime for housework or in your work. You're on two medications for muscle relaxation that could have side effects invoking your nervous system and ultimately your muscles, and they might ache afterwards. You therefore might think of seeing your doctor to get off the meds (except nsaids). Read more...

15 years old female, mild joint stiffness in morning that doesn't last too long, constant fatigue, mild reynauds, chronic knee pain, could it be RA?

Joint pain& fatigue. Yes it could be Rheumatoid arthritis, but other causes of arthritis should be considered, also Lyme disease since you are suffering from chronic fatigue, see your Dr. Your pediatrician might do some work up or refere you to a rheumatologist. Feel better. Read more...

Knee pain and stiffness elevated ESR pos ANA fatigue normal X-ray family history of lupus and ra. Does X-ray rule those out? What could be wrong

? Knee xray only tells us how much gross damage or deformity is present what you are probably dealing with is inflammation you should discuss this with pcp and prbably get referral to rheumatologist could be either lupus or RA or both or possibly something else. Read more...

Hello, could I still have rheumathoid or other type of arthritis if ana, anticcp, crp, esr, rheumathoid factor, hla-b27 antigen are all in range?

Sounds like. You had a fairly complete serologic work-up. With this information one would expect garden variety osteoarthritis as the cause of your joint issues -- more degenerative than inflammatory. Read more...
Yes but prob not RA. Osteoarthritis is more common than rheumatoid arthritis overall but not in younger people unless you've sustained trauma to your joints (prof football players can get osteoarthritis when still fairly young in 40's).Juvenile arthritis patients most often have completely normal labs. Adults with spodyloarthropathy and psoriatic arthritis can have normal labs.Mri with contrast is most sensitive test. Read more...