Seizures mouth ulcers hepatocellular disease low blood count anticardiolipin antibodies 1:80 speckled ANA osteoarthritis spine Si joints LUPUS maybe?
Possible but . . . . Please, have your doctors guide you through proper diagnosis and treatment. Sounds like you already have some tests done, which is fine, but you need a follow up to get the right interpretation and discuss treatment plan with the doctor. Lupus is very complex disease that tends to coexist and/or mimic other autoimmune diseases.
Hepatocellular disease, seizures, low blood count, anticardiolipin antibodies, arthritis, rash on hands and numbness in legs. What does this all mean?
Auto-immune disorder. You have described features of auto-immune disorder. For example, a person with lupus could have all these features. You need evaluation and treatment by a physician in consultation with specialists in more than one field. Read more...
Ana 320, anti ds DNA borderline 1:20, pain in the joints of both fingers and one wrist upon movement. Mouth ulcers every month, v. Active. Is it lupus?
Possibly. Mouth ulcers are not uncommon in lupus. With your clinical presentation, lupus is a major possibility. See a rheumatologist if you have not done so already. Read more...