Plaquenil is used with several auto-immune diseases, so it really doesn't indicate that the Drs are thinking about
You should ask your Drs what direction they are thinking - sometimes they don't want to say when they aren't ready to diagnose you yet, but you can ask and even press a little if you are really clear with them that you just want a general idea and are also interested in what, if anything, they have ruled out.
The kinds of tingling, etc that you are seeing a neurologist about
can, in my experience, be caused by inflammation from an auto-immune disease like Lupus. Typically the inflammation markers in your bloodwork would be higher when you're experiencing these symptoms, but not always.
Generally they try prednisone (which I see Rayos is) in these situations... but 5 mg isn't very high. I'm unclear - was the Rayos only for a month or are you still on it?
Lynnwood, Lupus & Sjogren's Moderator, Dx: 2002DIAGNOSING LUPUS & HW's LUPUS 101
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