Donated Blood. Positive hla b27 result. PCP. Retested negative result. Constant joint pain hands feet neck wrists. Numbness and weakness in hand?

Does not make sense. See a rheumatologist and have the issue evaluated. The HLA-B27 is either always positive or always negative. It is never both. It is a gene.
Impossible. HLA. B-27 is a genetic test. One testing center is wrong. This test does not change over time. This test is positive in several diseases including ankylosing spondylitis, psoriatic arthritis, reactive arthritis , enteropathic arthritis. The symptoms you describe can be due to a pinched nerve in the back, arthritis disease, carpal tunnel syndrome, among others. You will need to see your doc .

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Donated blood said hlab27 antigen positive PCP had blood drawn hlab27 negative. Joint pain everywhere. Weight gain headaches weakness tingling hands?

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