I have been referred to a rheumy, but have not had my first appointment yet. It seems like forever before I can get answers so I am obsessing over lab results trying to figure it out myself.
My question is if you can have lupus with a sed rate of 2?
I have many symptoms of lupus (fatigue, malaise, headaches, low wbc, low neutrophils, low lymphocytes, low monocytes, seizure (just one), dizziness, joint pain, ana 1:320 homogeneous, high bun/creative ratio, high cholesterol...)
To me everything seems to point to SLE lupus except that sed rate.
I have gone back a few years (I've felt poorly for many years without doctors finding anything wrong with me) and my wbc was normal until May 2013 when it dropped and has continually tested low ever since.
Does the low sed rate mean it can't be lupus? If so, what else could it be?
Post Edited (Kimstph) : 10/4/2014 7:47:15 AM (GMT-6)