I need help with comments from the rheumy. On a letter she sent me, it says I had a positive blood test for a condition that causes sticky blood and Raynards but that it's probably a false positive. I didn't think that the same antibodies caused the 2 conditions.
Then she gave a slip to have a blood test in 3 months. On the clinical details box it says raynards, sicca and what looks like Sx next to it, then +ve aca. I think +ve means positive and I know sicca is sort of Sjrogrens. So does that mean that she thinks that I have those?
The test is then for ENA Anti cardiolipin and then what looks like AS
I know it's all up in the air and I am guessing that she is doing a good job by doing an ENA to see which antibody is causing the problems.
I guess what I'm saying is that the letter seems to be downplaying what it says on the clinical details.
Any opinions or info would be appreciated.