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Ana positive and rnp high

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Unread 10-30-2012, 06:54 PM   #1
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I seen the doctor today and I already new my results because i can see them on line. My question is i read about MCTD, but she did not diagnose me with it instead she want to do further testing. What other testing is involved in making a accurate diagnoses for MCTD, because as far as I can see the blood work points directly too it. I also have other issues that is from a different condition like herniated disc and nerve problems, but ever since that happen my mucles have been getting weak and my hands and feet is killing me sometime and every things comes and goes, but the pain is there always.
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