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A 21-year-old male asked:
Malar rash on face, migrating athralgia, fatigue, muscle pain, cognitive disfunction but ana & ena neg as well as normal fbc and esr of 2. confused?
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Dr. Jane Easonanswered
35 years experience
Arthralgia, rash: Sometimes autoimmune diseases can be seronegative. There are also many overlap syndromes. I suggest you see a Rheumatologist. Of course, must consider other possibilities, such as Lyme Disease. See a rheumatologist to start a workup.
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