Welcome to the forum. Ummmm . . . a lupus dx does not require a post DS DNA. Click on the link at the end of my signature "4 of 11 Criteria" and you'll see the guidelines for dx. Having said that, we don't necessarily want a Lupus dx in our records unless you are trying to file for disability.
BUT are you saying that he has not prescribed any plan for treating your symptoms? Nothing? It sounds like you've had several visits with him. Often, the rheumy will wait until the 2nd or 3rd visit to get all the blood work done w/o interference from meds. But after they've done their initial evaluation, he really should be treating your symptoms. Make sure he understand what your needs are.
One way to accomplish that is to bring a typewritten page or two with you at each visit. Including, all your current meds, current symptoms (all of them), questions for the doctor, and "What I want the doctor to do for me today". So, if pain in your knees and fatigue are your two biggest issues, than I wouldn't leave his office until you've addressed those specific issues with him. The typed list can be handed to him. There is an outline for doing this list in "Lupus Resources", link at the end of my signature.
I hope this helps . . . and welcome to the forum.
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UCTD, Inflammatory Arthritis, Diverticulosis, (recent dx - Sjogrens, Crohn’s 4/08)
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