Your sed rate is normal, and the complement levels are not concerning. Generally with excess inflammation the sed rate goes up, and the complement may go down ( or may be normal). You levels are essentially normal, and by themselves do not suggest significant activity of your lupus. This would be consistent with stability of your lupus, but these are only indirect tests ( in addition to clinical findings, and other tests like your ANA, and ds DNA).
The RDW that is minimally above the normal range also has no significance.
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