I have a question that is probably premature. I tested positive on the ANA test that my neurologist requested. So now, I am seeing a rheumatologist. I saw him previously in which he was not at all helpful. I have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and he was basically asking why was I there to see him. Now, with this positive test, I am going back to him. I want to know what to expect from him. My symptoms are severe muscle aches in my legs, ankles, shoulders and upper back. I have a weird tingling sensation that just sporadically pops up in various parts of my body. I thought maybe someone on here might feel this too and already have an idea of what it is. I just like to go in prepared and knowing what the possibilities could be so that he doesn't dismiss me this time. He is the only doctor I can go to on my insurance. I am also still seeing the neurologist and having an EMG done this week. Thanks to any help!
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