Sometimes I've found a Dr will mention something but when I closely examine a bill or something with diagnosis codes on it, the diseases they mention are not even on it!!! Once I ask and they told me that often they mention things that are side-results of things they have actually diagnosed that ARE on the paperwork -- they do this so the primary illness is featured for the insurance company. Have you seen all these on paperwork? Maybe something like that is happening if you haven't.
Another thing that could happen is overlapping symptoms -- For instance, Chronic fatigue syndrome and Lupus overlap. If you were diagnosed with Lupus first, that would cover CFS -- but if a Dr sees you and your fatigue is the main issue, they may diagnosis CFS without checking into or knowing about
any Lupus symptoms. Are all your Drs talking with each other? Sometimes we patients have to be the main communicator to let everyone know what everyone else has said.
Or some illnesses/syndrome/etc can be side-effects of medications.
Some of us are pretty sick, and have lots of side-diseases like this that are active or have been mentioned along the way. So it could be quite normal!
I'd sit down with my current main Dr and go over them and see what is really a pertinent diagnosis for today and how it's being addressed. It's quite possible that these are all accurate, but sounds like a review might be in order to calm your mind and make sure of what is primary and why and that the treatment focus is in the right place.
Try not to worry!
Lynnwood, Lupus & Sjogren's ModeratorDIAGNOSING-LUPUS & LUPUS-RESOURCES
"Life is far too important to be taken seriously" - Oscar Wilde