Hi Val and welcome to our site :lol:
Seronegative systemic lupus erythematosus is defined as a SLE devoided of antinuclear factors as well as of LE cells when at least 4 out of the 14 ARA criteria are present. This kind of SLE is characterized by a high incidence of Raynaud's disease, photosensitivity, oral ulcerations, alopecia and perhaps less frequent kidney and central nervous system involvement.
It is quited possible to be seronegative and also have Fibromyalgia. You are doing the right thing by researching your disease and educating yourself as much as possible.
I give an explanation of seronegative lupus in the
Newly Diagnosed" forum on this site. Perhaps it will help you a bit more!
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