I had a positive ssa and ssb several years ago, but this past week was tested again and ssa positive and ssb negative. I'm new to this. But is this possible / normal? Also, what's the difference between a and b? I've been looking and can't find what they do differently. Thank you so much!

6 Answers

kathline_p
Answered 1 year ago    reply

Yes, levels change spending on your health.


baer
Answered 1 year ago    reply

OK, good to know.


jgilliland
Answered 1 year ago    reply

In the uk once you are positive for ANA and for me ENA Anti Ro they won't test for sjogrens again they have said that they will treat me for Sjogrens. I'm not sure if that is for all in the uk though.


i_dones
Answered 1 year ago    reply

I have been tested several times for sjogrens as I have switched doctors a few times. It came out positive a few times and negative once. My doctor said it is not unusual to fluctuate

baer
Answered 1 year ago    reply

I had a different doctor originally test me a few years ago, this was the first time seeing the new one - so then that makes sense. She was being thorough.


baer
Answered 1 year ago    reply

OK, thank you


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