What kind of Dr told you that you "tested negative" for Lupus? You should see a rheumatologist whenever you have a positive ANA, they are the specialists that can investigate and see if the ANA is indicative of anything or not. It is possible to have a positive ANA and be perfectly fine.
Lupus is not diagnosed by a test but by having at least 4 of the 11 diagnostic symptoms.
1. Malar rash: butterfly-shaped rash across cheeks and nose
2. Discoid (skin) rash: raised red patches
3. Photosensitivity: skin rash as result of unusual reaction to sunlight
4. Mouth or nose ulcers: usually painless
5. Arthritis (nonerosive) in two or more joints, along with tenderness, swelling, or effusion. With nonerosive arthritis, the bones around joints don’t get destroyed.
6. Cardio-pulmonary involvement: inflammation of the lining around the heart (pericarditis) and/or lungs (pleuritis)
7. Neurologic disorder: seizures and/or psychosis
8. Renal (kidney) disorder: excessive protein in the urine, or cellular casts in the urine
9. Hematologic (blood) disorder: hemolytic anemia, low white blood cell count, or low platelet count
10. Immunologic disorder: antibodies to double stranded DNA, antibodies to Sm, or antibodies to cardiolipin
11. Antinuclear antibodies (ANA): a positive test in the absence of drugs known to induce it.
Do you have any of these symptoms?
Mixed Connective Tissue Disease is a complete diagnosis, and should be treated. It is similar to Lupus with only slightly different symptoms, and is treated very similarly. Again, this would be handled by a rheumatologist.
Lupus is not caused by parasites or worms. I doubt that anyone here has any experience with the product you are interested in. I can definitively tell you that I would NEVER, under any circumstances, take it or anything like it.
Lynnwood, Lupus & Sjogren's Moderator, Dx: 2000DIAGNOSING LUPUS & HW's LUPUS 101
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