Although extremely rare when you are untreated(no meds), you can be ANA negative and have lupus. If there is enough evidence to suspect a lupus diagnosis and your ANA is negative, some doctors will run individual antibody tests. I think the ones that they would run are the anti-ro (SSA), RNP, and the antiphosolipid antibodies.
DX:SLE, Sjogrens, Raynauds, Migraines, Occipital Neuralgia, Morphea (Localized Scleroderma), Iron Deficiency Anemia, IBS, Diverticulosis
Meds:Prednisone, Plaquenil, Sulindac, Tramadol, Topamax, Xanax, Imitrex, Fiorinal, Prenatal Multi, B12, Vit E, Calcium, Fish Oil, Biotin, Ferrous Gluconate, Baby Aspirin