A note to everyone: GET COPIES OF EVERY TEST YOU HAVE DONE!
When I first started feeling like crap I went to my doc and he took some tests and called me back and told me everything was fine. I was really upset and thought I was crazy and all that stuff. A few months later I was talking to my mom and she was telling me about
my grandpa who had a PSA test (to check prostate) and his doc called and said it was fine. The next year when my grandpa went back the doc said why did it take you a year to come back your PSA is sky high!! Long story short he had prostate cancer. Luckily prostate cancer grows slow and he was fine but after she told me this I went to pick up my labs. I had a sed rate of 50 and a CRP of 15 and protein in my urine. Not normal doctor thank you! No one still knows exacty whats going on with me but atleast Im getting treated.
On the note about
lyme disease if you have been having symptoms for more than a couple years and it hasnt affected you neurologically you dont have lyme disease. Lyme untreated after a few years causes nerve, brain, cardiac, and lung problems.
There are alot of things that can have negative labs. I think JRA is one of them acutally..... but either way get a copy and see what they have tested you for. Your doc should have no problem with copying them for you.
Dx: UCTD vs autoimmune spondyloarthropathy vs psoriatic arthritis (ie Limbo x5 yrs) Raynaud's, proteinuria
Rx: Plaquenil 400mg, Ultram PRN, Sulfasalazine 2 gram