I've had inflammation and swelling in all of my finger joints and in both wrists for 11 weeks, but all the blood tests are normal. The inflammation marker CRP is very low, only 0.60. Anti-CCP, RA factor, ESR are normal too. My GP says I'm too young to have osteoarthritis. It will take a couple of months to see a rheumatologist on NHS, I know that there is such a thing as seronegative RA, but the CRP would still be increased I suppose? Any ideas if this could be seronegative RA when the CRP is low? Thank you.
RA with low CRP and normal blood tests?: I've had... - NRAS
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