Your symptoms do sound as if you could possibly have Lupus, especially with the high ANA titer and the anitcardiolipin antibodies. The problem with Lupus is that the disease mimics so many other diseases. The diagnostic process can be lengthy and frustrating (to say the least).
You are doing the right thing by keeping track of your symptoms, educating yourself about your illness (what it might and might not be) and learning about the medications and treatments available.
You've read the criteria necessary to get a Lupus diagnosis, so you have an idea of what needs to be done and what doctors are looking for. This will help you to make informed decisions with your doctors. You can always come to us for information, answers and support. There will always be someone here to help you when you need it! Regardless of your final diagnosis, you are always welcome here!
Peace and Blessings