First of all, this statement, "The presence of 1 or 2 auto antibodies at low titres are
probably not clinically significant in the absence of any
relevant clinical symptoms or signs" should be read again by your doctors. It basically says that they cannot dismiss or make a diagnosis based solely upon the presence of antibodies and low titers. They must also consider the clinical symptoms or signs. If you do not have any clinical symptoms or signs, then they are inclined to dismiss a diagnosis. However, that is not your case..you DO present with clinical symptoms and/or signs which is supposed to tell a doctor that more investigative and specific tests should be run to determine 1) If you do have an auto-immune issue occurring 2) what type of auto-immune issue it is 3) what type of treatment regimen is needed.
Far too many doctors look at lab results alone and then dismiss any possibility of having an auto-immune disease (such as lupus). They ignore our symptoms and signs and tell us that it is all in our heads!
We cannot tell you if you do or do not have Lupus. What we can tell you is to not let ANY doctor ignore your symptoms or signs and INSIST that they continue to test you until they find an answer because it IS NOT IN YOUR HEAD!
We are here to help you as much as we can and I wish you the very best!
Peace and Blessings
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