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Old 01-23-2007, 05:57 AM   #3
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Re: Lupus w/o + ANA?

I think it is important to have a Dr. you feel believes you, and you feel comfortable going to with your health concerns. Just because one Dr. cannot put all the peices of your particular puzzle together does not mean you are in need of psychiatric care, it means you need a Dr. with a new perspective and maybe a little more experience in this area. One of the most sad things about Lupus is that it seems like the people who have the disease have to suffer for several years before finally being diagnosed and getting proper treatment . I have heard there is currently research being done to make better diagnostic tests for lupus.......hope for a brighter, less frustrating future .