Can you let us know what LN and CLE stand for? I'm not familiar with those abbreviations.
You have a number of symptoms that are NOT generally seen in auto-immune diseases like SLE (Lupus), so I doubt that is what it is.
However, LMD023 is not totally correct - a positive ANA means you *might* have an auto-immune disease, a negative means you probably don't, but you still could. Either way, ANA is NOT a definite YES or NO.
Seeing a Dr more experienced in diseases that hit your age group is probably a good idea - I'm sorry they can't see you sooner and that you have to wait another 2 weeks.
How is your sleep? Are you eating fairly well? (I know that can be hard with nausea and diarrhea, but try to eat protein, fruits & vegs rather than junk.) Getting a little bit of exercise?
Let us know how it's going, and try not to worry. Maybe you could ask if the Dr has a cancellation list -- then if someone cancels you could be seen sooner. Hope you feel better soon.
Lynnwood, Lupus & Sjogren's Moderator, Dx: 2002DIAGNOSING LUPUS & HW's LUPUS 101
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