Help, has anyone had a positive ana of 1:2560 Nucleolar pattern???
Just wondering if anyone has had a positive test with this result. Over the past year I have diagnosed with celiac disease adn graves disease. Since Christmas I have been having this weird sharp pain in my shoulder, extreme fatigue, dry eyes, muscle weakness, tightness/swelling in hands and feet and just an overall feeling of not being well. I am really scared at the thought of developing Scleroderma and was hoping to get some feedback from individuals who have been down this road. I would really apprreciate any feedback. Thank you!
No, Mine is not that high. I just got my results and it was1:320. I have a Positive ANA. My ANA pattern is mixed. So far Rheumatoid Arthritis and suspecting Lupus...More blood work yesterday to get more answers whether it is Lupus. Also suspecting Primary Biliary Cirrhosis...
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