An ANA test will help tell you if you have an auto-immune disease, but it is not definitive for Lupus. I'd start by following the link in my signature, diagnosing lupus, where you will learn about
the "4 of 11" symptoms that point toward diagnosis. This will help you decide what follow-up steps you want to take.
Also note that the right Dr to make a definitive Lupus diagnosis is a rheumologist -- while GPs & PCPs might tell you they know how to diagnose Lupus, they definitely don't have the experience and expertise in the area that a rheumy does. Of course, neither of these general Drs are that great at diagnosing/treating Lyme disease either.
Lynnwood, Lupus & Sjogren's ModeratorDIAGNOSING-LUPUS & LUPUS-RESOURCES
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