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Thank you. I have tested positive for ANA on many occasions (the first time, 11 yrs ago) but have never developed a major condition such as lupus, scleroderma, or RA, thank God. Because I have tested positive with ANA more than twice I was diagnosed with a minor condition called Undifferentiated Connective Tissue Disease.
I gave birth six months ago, and since then developed additional symptoms in line with lupus, scleroderma, or RA. So of course, given my Raynauds and ANA I am now afraid of developing one of them. My lab test remain unchanged, thank God, but symptoms are still there. I also read that most people who have developed Raynauds at an early age (which I did) remain with primary Raynauds and never develops into anything else. I really hope this is the case for me.