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ANA results

Hi! Generally a reading less than 1:80 (1 part plasma with 8 parts diluting solution (fluid)) is read as a negative ANA. 1:80 is considered a "low positive" and is not confirmatory of any disease. More tests are usually required to confirm the diagnosis. Most of people with 1:80 ANA do not have SLE or any other autoimmune disorder. However all results have to be clinically co-related. So if there are symptoms of an autoimmune disorder at 1:80, then this can be taken as confirmatory for disease. 1:320 is a definite positive and mean the disease is active. 1:640 is considered very high and tissue damage is imminent. What is important is the pattern of ANA staining: homogenous, speckled, or nucleolar. Depending on the pattern of ANA staining, other antibody tests will have to be done. The pattern of staining itself is quite diagnostic (for eg in SLE a homogenous pattern is seen, nucleolar pattern in scleroderma and speckled pattern in ITP and mixed connective tissue disorder and in lupus) So, since you have a homogenous pattern, it is quite specific for Lupus or SLE. You need further tests like Anti-dsDNA,Anti-ssDNA,and Anti-Smith. The connective tissue cascade is interpreted as < or =1.0 U (negative). So that way the doctors are right. However, if you have symptoms of lupus, then you need further testing. Take care!
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Pap lab results what does this mean?

It seems that the HPV DNA test result means that since I had a result of negative for intraepithelial lesion or malignancy and since the sample was good that there was no need based on the cytology result to perform the HPV DNA test? Is that correct?
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ACTH Stimulation Test

For me, the number one symptom of adrenal fatigue is not being able to handle stress. When i hit severe adrenal fatigue this means i cannot handle ANY stress.  I had severe adrenal fatigue twice due to severe vitamin B12 deficiency and the second time due to hashitoxicosis flare up. My white line (see below for Sergent's Adrenal White Line test) at it's worse spread over 2 inches and that took 18 months of stress free environment and B12 treatment for this sign to go away. My pupils always fluctuate in the light which is not doubt due to uncorrected hypothyroidism all these years but when i have severe adrenal fatigue my pupils go crazy and fluctuate every second or less (see Iris Contraction Test below). These three tests can show up issues that need no labs. From the website - Adrenal Recovery Fatigue: "Adrenal Function Tests You Can Do at Home ADRENAL FUNCTION TEST #1-Postural Hypotension: Postural hypotension (also known as orthostatic hypotension) is a drop in blood pressure that occurs upon rising from a horizontal position. It is commonly expressed as a feeling of dizziness or lightheadedness, a "head rush", or "standing up too fast". To do this test, you will need a blood pressure cuff. Lie down and rest for 5 minutes. Take a blood pressure reading while still horizontal. Then, stand up and take another reading. Normally, your blood pressure should rise 10-20 points. If it drops, particularly by 10 points or more, hypoadrenia is indicated. Generally, the bigger the drop, the greater the adrenal insufficiency. It should also be mentioned that low blood pressure in general is also an indicator of exhausted adrenals when present in conjunction with the other symptoms of adrenal gland fatigue. ADRENAL FUNCTION TEST #2-Iris Contraction Test For this test you will need a weak flashlight or penlight, and a mirror. In a dark bathroom or closet, wait a minute for your eyes to adjust to the dark. This will allow your pupils to dilate (open) fully. Then, shine the flashlight into your eyes, and watch the reaction of your pupils for at least 30 seconds. The light should cause your iris to contract, making your pupils (the dark spot in the center of your eye) smaller. Normally, they should stay that way, but if you have adrenal gland fatigue, the iris will be weak and will not be able to hold the contraction, it will either waver between contracted and relaxed, or will contract initially, but then open up after 10-30 seconds. As with the postural hypotension test, the degree to which you "fail" this test is an indicator of the degree of adrenal insufficiency you are experiencing. ADRENAL FUNCTION TEST #3-Sergent's Adrenal White Line With your fingernail or the dull end of a spoon, draw a line across your belly. In moderate to severe cases of adrenal fatigue, the line will stay white, and even get wider over the course of time, while a "normal" reaction would be for the line to almost immediately turn red. This test has historically been used to indicate severe adrenal fatigue and Addison's Disease, milder cases of adrenal fatigue may not exhibit this sign."
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test results - can anyone help me to understand relevance?

Im now reading on net that these results could mean lupus even though the doc said not??? think I need test for autoimmune hepatitis from what Im reading too? can no one help me with this to know what I need to ask for on tuesday??            Manxie xx
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Fussy IHC and FISH Test result on Herceptin decision

What has her oncologist advised? The FISH test is the more accurate ot the two tests. The FISH test results will tell you that the cancer is either “positive” or “negative” (a result sometimes reported as “zero”) for HER2. If your sister's FISH test was positive, she should  be treated with Herceptin. Best wishes to you both...
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Please help me understand my saliva cortisol test results

Oddly, high cortisol and low cortisol have overlaps in symptoms. I used to have high cortisol due to a pituitary tumor and to control it, I had pituitary surgery and my adrenal glands removed. Lived both. Fatigue is both. If you suspect high cortisol you need a good endo. Your TSH is too high IMHO but the rest look pretty good to me - my doc keeps my FT3 and FT4 on the upper parts or the ranges. Your adrenals are not tired - they are working.
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Chiari & Visual Field Test

  Hi...sorry I have not had this testing,...I most likely should but the last time I went I was told there was nothing wrong with my vision....but I can not see without glasses so, I purchase the ones from a drug store and adapt the magnification as I need to.....   Please keep us posted on what you find out....may I ask, is this a Neuro Optho?
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Anyone have any idea I need some help..

Hi! The gastrin test results are normal.The complements are also normal. The C3 Levels vary between 88 mg/ dl and 252 mg/ dl while C4 varies between 12 mg/ dl to 72 mg/ dl. So both the levels are normal in your case. Usually this test is done to monitor response to management of autoimmune disease. C4 and other complements are low in lupus and high in rheumatoid arthritis and certain cancers. Decreased component activity is also seen in nephritis, cirrhosis, bacterial infections, malnutrition, hereditary angioedema, and hepatitis. Please discuss with your doctor. Hope this helps. Take care! The medical advice given should not be considered a substitute for medical care provided by a doctor who can examine you. The advice may not be completely correct for you as the doctor cannot examine you and does not know your complete medical history. Hence this reply to your post should only be considered as a guiding line and you must consult your doctor at the earliest for your medical problem.
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