I wrote a post a few weeks ago regarding the thoughts I had that my hydroxy chloroquine was no longer working - while seeing my consultant I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia, which I presumed would be the end of the diagnoses for a whole, I was wrong, I was diagnosed about 4 year ago with APS after blood tests, then after still feeling unwell was diagnosed with sjogrens, then RA and Lupus, recently I've been diagnosed as having an over active bladder so being sent for a kidney scan to make sure there's no damage to them, which I had to ask for from my GP, been diagnosed with IBS and a few weeks ago fibromyalgia, I asked for a copy of the letter to my GP and went for my usual blood tests done, the results were on the letter to my GP and it says my muscle enzymes are marginally elevated apparently a CK of 202 and LDH of 244 apparently they're going to repeat the test in my next visit (which is in 6 months) this must mean that the hospital isn't too concerned but I'm a bit panicky as I have no idea what's coming next made the mistake of looking this up on Google (trusted sites) and I had to close Google down as it was getting me more concerned the more I was reading lol just wondering if anyone has had this experience?
Thank you so much in advance for any input and wish everyone a happy pain free weekend
Hugs from Bev x
P. S. I'll add my blood test results here incase that helps
Antiphosholopid syndrome/primary sjogrens overlap (ANA positive, hep2 staining speckled pattern, RO positive, LA positive, rheumatoid factor positive, DRVVT ratio positive, anticardiolipin and beta 2 GPI antibodies negative, low vitamin D, satisfactory FBC, ESR - 16, U&E normal, CRP <50 and normal LFTs, muscle enzymes marginally elevated with a CK of 202 and LDH 244
Might as well be in Egyptian hyroglyphics for the sense that makes to me lol but might make some sense to you luffly people