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    Default Symptoms point to Lupus, but blood tests wierd

    Can anyone help with this? I want to know what these blood tests mean.

    CCP Antibodies IgG/IgA - 69 units - strong positive
    ANA - Negative
    RA Factor-RA Latex Turbid. - 13 IU/mL Normal 0 - 13.9
    ALT (SGPT) - 43 Normal 0-40
    Creatine Kinase, Total, Serum - 179 U/L Normal 24 to 173
    Monocytes - 13 Normal 4 - 13
    Vitamin D, 25-Hydroxy - 18.7 Normal 32 to 100
    C-reactive value of 1.3
    These are the only abnormal results. Along with the repeated flare ups, paricardial effusion, constant protein in urine and re-occuring UTI's, migraines, fatigue, severe joint pain swelling, stiffness and pain. Kidney infections for several years, migraines. Had trouble breathing off and on for full year. Last year had a virus for 3 months straight, kept getting strep throat every month 3 months in a row. Toes turn blue and feel like I have frostbite, rash on face and feet, fatty liver, nodules on Adrenal gland and thyroid gland. Severe degenerative disc disease with subluxation. muscle weakness, which tear when I try to do lift anything heavy. Night sweats, feel totally drained in the morning, dizziness, numbness and tingling in hands and ear. Cholesterol and triglycerides are at 380 normally, have to take medicine to keep them normal, even with diet. C-reactive was high also, but under control now. Mitral valve prolapse, leaky tricuspid. Peptic Ulcer and Barretts Esophagus. Osteoporosis of the lumbar spine and hips. What would you say this is?
    Last edited by Lauraly72; 06-24-2011 at 07:53 PM. Reason: Giving normal measurements

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