The fact that you do not have "Active" Lupus at this point does not mean that you DO NOT have the disease. It really means that the disease is not active, according to your particular doctor's standards.
Unfortunately, if your organs are not damaged and your body is not making harmful anti-bodies, doctors say that your Lupus is not active. However, you can still be suffering from many of the symptoms of Lupus (just minus these particular issues) such as pain, fatigue, confusion, depression, sun sensitivity, and others.
I am considered to have "Mild Lupus", which means that, like you, my organs are not damaged and I am not making harmful anti-bodies, and I am not taking a lot of medications for this particular disease (I actually suffer from four overlapping diseases). But, oh Lord, I do suffer from my Lupus, just as you do, as well as from my other three diseases.
So, just because you are told that you do not have active Lupus does not mean that your doctors are ruling it out. Unfortunately, for many of us, it is a waiting game and doctors will wait until more symptoms appear and/or your disease becomes active before they will give your ailment a name. So, you are still in the right place here with us. We will continue to help you through this diagnostic phase and try to help you to cope with all that is going on.
Peace and Blessings
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