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    I for one, am I whose tests came out negative, but my Dr. believes I have lupus anyway. He thinks I have had it since my teens and I am 64 years old. The Drs. try to relieve my symptoms the best they can. You must accept the fact that you may never get a formal diagnosis. My Dad got a formal diagnosis, but as I said before I never did. Also, I agree with Say Suzie, chest pains are nothing to fool around with. You need to go to the ER or get ahold of your Dr. pronto. There is an answering service that can get you in touch with your Dr., or the Dr. on call.
    Last edited by Moonbeam; 08-19-2014 at 06:09 PM.

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