Re: Help with lab results
Thanks! Unfortunately, the lab my neuro guy used doesn't report the titer level and uses some kind of weird system for reporting levels of the subtests. I've been in touch with my internist and we're going to repeat the tests and send them to an outside lab that can give us more meaningful results.
Like a lot of people who find their way here, I'm frustrated that we can't figure some things out. The best working guess so far has been an atypical multiple slcerosis, but when the ANA came back positive (I do get that it is a screening tool) I was starting to think that we might be closer to an explanation. In fact, some kind of autoimmune disease (not that I want one) would just about explain everything.