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TS-HDS Antibody and Small Fiber Neuropathy
My blood test came back for TS-HDS…..showed a reading of 7000 ..does anybody know if that is a conformation of SFN.
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@laureen8844 – I'm not sure it's a confirmation but I think the high levels are found in patients with small fiber neuropathy. Here's some information from Neuropathy Commons.
"They are common in autoimmune diseases where the immune system … that some patients with unexplained small fiber neuropathy have high levels of TS-HDS autoantibodies4. … What Do These SFN-Associated Antibodies Mean?"
— Autoantibodies and Small-Fiber Neuropathy: https://neuropathycommons.org/neuropathy/causes-neuropathy/autoantibodies-and-small-fiber-neuropathy
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