Category Archives: Seronegative

An explanation of what seronegative blood results are

When The Bloodwork Doesn’t Confirm The Diagnosis

If It Quacks Like a Duck… We’ve all heard the expression, ” If it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck…it must be a duck”. Well, not necessarily when it comes to autoimmune conditions. Often they present in a clear, … Continue reading

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Sjogren’s Syndrome….Research and Clinical Guidelines

It’s happening..Sjogren’s Syndrome is gaining more attention from the medical community with significant research to support it. It is well known by individuals within the Sjogren’s patient community and the Sjogren’s Doctors who treat them, that Sjogren’s Syndrome is not … Continue reading

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Pain Severity and Neuropathic Pain Symptoms in Primary Sjogren’s Syndrome: A Comparison Study of seropositive and seronegative Sjogren’s Syndrome

Along with many other Sjoggies, I am seronegative. That is… my blood markers do not prove that I have Sjogren’s Syndrome in spite of what my body physically screams. I am always very interested in the differences between a Sjoggie … Continue reading

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Seronegativity for Dummies: A Lesson in Seronegative Blood Results

How many times have you heard of doctors relying solely on blood results and not enough on the physical symptoms? How many times has your family ignored your doctor(s) claims of illness despite blood markers because it’s “unheard of?” How … Continue reading

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