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Can't get a diagnosis here is my recent blood work

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  • Posted By: Jamienbv
  • January 7, 2009
  • 09:30 PM

I have major joint pain and swelling I have an SVT that happens on occassion otherwise it is a sinus tachardya. I have vision issues.. Abdominal issues nerve, muscle and tendon issues. I have chronic infections and on average since 2003 I have had about two surgeries a year. Blood work always comes back off.. I have constant kidney infections and stones. I had gall stones. I had emdometriosis and had to lose my left ovary and fallopian tube because I had a cyst that twisted and cut off all of the circulation to my left ovary. I have cubital tunnel in both elbows except my left one I just had surgery on. At one point I tested positive for an autoimmune skin disease but was never restested to confirm it. At one point blood work came back that I could have a thyroid issue when retested I was fine. At one point my blood work came back that I had mono. Doc retested me.. A week later and it was negative it had something to do with my lymphnodes. Then at one point they thought I had hepititis.. when tested it was negative. I do Have a butterfly rash but everyone tells me that it either is or is not consistant with a lupus rash. I have been retested for lupus and only tested borderline once and all the other times it has been negative. I am 22 years old. I tested borderline for lupus in 2000 and later that year or 2001 I was diagnosed with rheumathoid artheritis and because of that I went ahead and had my blood work done again to see if that is what is causing the problems and here are the results. I need help figuring this out Doc said everything was fine. He doesn't know what it is and the blood work, xray and ultrasound of my heart came back fine yet the bloodwork is way off. (2 Pages) Email me if you know anything... Jamienbvincent@usa.com


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