While all of the symptoms you described are symptoms of Lupus, there is no way that we can say that you might have the illness. I would suggest that, the best way to approach your doctor is to be absolutely forthright and informed. There is a sticky here that lists the tests used for diagnosing Lupus..there are quite a few of them. Read them so that you can understand their purpose in the process of diagnosing the disease. Continue to research and make a list of all of your symptoms so that you can discuss them with your doctor along with your reasons for wanting to be tested for any possible auto-immune disorder.
Please know the the diagnostic process can sometimes take up to a year before you get a definite diagnosis. Also know that, for many, a definite diagnosis is never received and they are told that they either have Mixed Connective Tissue Disease or Undifferentiated Tissue Disease or are simply told that no answers can be given at this time. So, do not stress over the fact that answers do not come quickly and treatment can come even slower.
In the meantime, we are all here to help you and to answer your questions as best as we can. I wish you the very best.
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