I'm glad that you found us. My 19 year old daughter also has renaud's and a positive ana, but thankfully no other symptoms or problems. I live with the hope that her Reynauds will never progress and that she'll never be diagnosed with lupus. Some people with reynaud's never develop any other AI problems. She was diagnosed in the first grade with numerable learning disabilities but I spent years working with her and her teachers and over the years she finally became completely mainstreamed and now that she's in college none of her teachers have any idea that she was once on an IEP. It's been hard watching her struggle but I'm proud of her and can give you hope that sometimes these difficulties can be overcome.
But it sounds like your daughter has been living with many other problems as well and I hope you eventually get to the bottom of them.
My symptoms change in intensity from month to month and every day is a new day, but I can't say that I have different symptoms every month. Good luck in finding a doctor who will listen to you. I'd be sure to go in to every appointment armed with lab work and a comprehensive list of every symptom she has and has had. That will help the doctor try to put a name to what's wrong with your daughter.
Lupus, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Sjogren's, osteoarthritis, fibro, ibs, renauds, restless leg, hiatal hernia, double vision.
cellcept 1,000mg, neurontin 1,200 mg, prednisone 5mg, plaquenil 400mg, synthroid .15mg, triamterene 37.5mg, tramadol prn, lunesta 6 mg, actonel, tri-est (compounded estrogen) 7.5 mg 2xmultivitamin, calcium w vit D, fish oil, aspirin