Roni Shawn. I wish I had some great words of wisdom for you. The only advice I have is to write everything down in a list including your symptoms and your abnormal/borderline labs. If the doctor sees it all in front of him/her it may be easier to see the problem. I just wanted to let you know that I completely relate to feeling like you are not heard or believed by doctors. I have read that many other people have gone through this and that it can take many doctors and many years to get a diagnosis. I was completely discounted by my first rheumy and I am now seeing someone who listens better and continues to look into my symptoms, She is treating me for lupus but has not given my a diagnosis. THis is still frustrating for me. I read some of your labs on another post of yours and it seems that you had enough abnormal labs that someone needs to look into it and take it seriously. All I can say is keep looking until you find someone who listens. Take care, good luck, and let us know how it goes.