My blood test has showed negative for ra. I have joint pain, stiffness and swelling in several areas. Could it be osteoarthritis.?

Yes. If rheumatoid arthritis is ruled out, then one must look to osteo arthritis, or many other local factors. See an orthopedist.
Yes. It certainly could be osteoarthritis. However, a negative RA does not rule out ra. You need to be evaluated by your physician to see if further testing is needed.

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Blood test results =ldh is high 619, CPK ok, anf +iv, RA factor n CRP -iv, anticcp ok, WBC 4.7, I've muscle n joint pain and fatigue, suggestions plz?

See your doctor. A LDL of the level you have listed is concerning. Further studies need to be performed. This requires a comprehensive medical evaluation.

Osteo or ra? Neg. Blood test 1 yr ago. Neg x-ray. Swelling, pain & redness in thumb joints worse now.

See below. You have listed in your list of conditions scleroderma and sarcoidosis---either of which can cause your symptoms. Things can change in a year. Consider being reevaluated.

What do you advise if I'm having symetric joint pain, stiffness and swelling, could this be ra?

Yes. Yes, it could be. I recommend you get in to see your doctor as there are further tests that can be done to determine if this is RA or another autoimmune process occurring.

Morning stiffness and swelling both wrists for several hours. Redness, pain, warmth in several joints, worse with activity. Blood work negative. Ra?

Could be. Other possibilities include infections, such as Lyme disease. Was your C-reactive protein elevated?
Arthritis. 3 options. Osteoarthritis: blood work negative, possible family members with similar findings Autoimmune arthritis: Rheumatoid, psoriatic or other. Blood work frequently negative. Infectious/crystal-induced arthritis: Lyme disease, viral infection, syphilis, gout, pseudogout. See a rheumatologist who will sort these options out for you.

Have joint pain, stiffness, popping, low vit D & + ANAs in blood test. Also constant left side pain in mid abdomen that fluctuates in intensity??

Exam. Your symptoms require a comprehensive physical exam. A rheumatology consultation and a GI evaluation. You cannot be diagnosed without further examination and testing. Please consult physician experts for further evaluation.
Lupus? You will need additional blood tests to confirm but your symptoms and +ANA can be explained by lupus.

My daughter is 14 suffering from joint pain. She has positive ana. Negatve ra...No rash...Doctors wont diagnose with jra because lack of warmth and swelling to joints. What else could be going on?

Get a second opinion. It is difficult to tell for sure what you daughter has, but obviously she is having pain and needs treatment. +ana only does not mean much--some healthy folks have +ana test. Lyme disease can cause joint pain. Follow this link to read about jra--http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pubmedhealth/pmh0001487/ I suggest getting a second opinion if you are not satisfied. Good luck.
Joint pain only. There is no blood test that can diagnose juvenile idiopathic arthritis. A positive ANA means nothing for the diagnosis of jia. Child must have joint swelling on exam or active synovitis on an MRI of the joint that must be done with IV contrast (mri without contrast cannot detect active arthritis unless it is advanced). Kids with suspected jia should be evaluated by a pediatric rheumatologist.