The test results always have a "normal range" given next to your actual reading. These normal values vary from lab to lab . . . so they are pretty important when comparing numbers.
A rheumatologist would be the best one to piece the puzzle for you. Not sure what type of doctor you are working with. I hope you find some good info at Labtestsonline.
Do you have any other questions???
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