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Good morning everyone.

I was diagnosed 3 years ago with SLE/Sjogrens and Livedo retucularis. I recently had a review at St Thomas's and today received a copy letter which was sent to my dr. I just want to know what the following means :-
Diagnosis : SLE/Sjogrens Syndrome - seronegative
Livedo reticularis

Does this mean that my SLE blood results were ok this time. Can anyone advise me. Thank you very much. xxxxxx
 

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Hi Angie,

Can't help you much really! I did not think Lupus went away just goes into remission - but I'm certainly no expert!

I think (but not sure) that 'seronegative' is a term used in reference to antibodies not being present in bloods!

I'm sure someone will be along to give you more help!

I would personally phone the secretary of your consultant and ask for an explanation especially if your next appointment is not for a while!

Not sure is any of this helps!

Lesley
 
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