I am new here and sorry for my English I am from Denmark. This month one year ago my husband get ill. He had it like af flu for perhaps almost two weeks and went to the doctor. She found out that his CRP was 165 and sent him to hospital. After five weeks they at last found out that he was ANCA-P positive and also MPO at 56. His EGFR was 21 and P-creatinin 260, but there was NO vasculitis in his kidneys or other places. The only symptoms was as in the start. He got three times methylprednisolon, seven times plasmaferese and already after two times cyclofosfamid he has none ANCA og MPO in his blood. But still they gave him three times cyclofosfamid and he also got prednisolon going from 80mg a day to nothing for half a year. In January he started to imurel but get sick of it in February. He was without medicine for six weeks and then he got a rituximab 1000mg. When he stopped cyclofosfamid his EGFR was 55. EGFR is still getting better - now it is 75 and his P-creatinin is 98. He still has protein in the urin. We are now unsure about next rituximab - YES or NO? When we read all your stories, we don´t believe how K can do so very well. He is 61 years old, and he has just the same energy - working full time, taking care of our farm every day, putting on new roof on 500 kvm for example. Two month before he got sick his EGFR was perfect (we know because he was doing a medical experiment for a big prostata). We have after that seen that this medicin (Betmiga) is under restriction in Denmark because of perhaps giving very high pressure of blood. Have any of your ever heard a story like this before? K is now only eating a tablet for his high blood pressure. We have tried to say this to the doctor, but she says there is no connection, but she has never written Microscopic Polyangiitis in the journal but she call it that for us. Sorry this long-long and clutter message. Hope to hear from many of you..