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Still not diagnoised
6 months ago my ANA was positive / ANA Titer was 1:80 / ANA Pattern speckled.  
Yesterday it was ANA was positive / ANA Titer was 1:80 / ANA Pattern Nucleolar.
Symptons are severe fatigue, dry eyes, clumsiness, falling down (at least 15 in two years), numbness in toes and feet, aching joints, cant seem to concentrate, and my memory is terrible.  
Being sent to a rheumatologist.  My doctor says I'm fine.  I need a new doc.
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Hi an welcome to MedHelp.

Your ANA is really not very elevated.  The Speckled pattern is seen in various autoimmune diseases as well as healthy people.  THe Nucleolar pattern is not often seen in lupus and suggest scleroderma.  I am not familiar w/ scleroderma.  Maybe someone who is can jump in.  

I do know that if you do have lupus, sun exposure can affect the ANA level.  The next time you go to the dr. get about 15 min of sun exposure right before you go in to see your dr.  

I also want to give you some tips:
1. Get plenty of rest
2. Take care of yourself by eating right and drinking water
3. Stay away from sweets and junk food
4. Be on guard against stress (stress is a major trigger for all autoimmune)
5. Stay out of the sun

I'm not saying you have an autoimmune disease, but just in case, these are some things that I have found to be helpful.  

Have they ruled out fibromyalgia?
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Thanks for your response.  I am barely ever out in the sun.
I have been under stress, husband passed away, chapter 7, rejected for a loan mod so I was foreclosed on.  Boom boom I guess.  My main concern is my falling down and clumsiness.  They can't seem to explain why it's happening.  scleroderma test came back negative.  Thanks so much for your note.  
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