Many people have an Anti-Nuclear Antibody (ANA) test run by their medical doctor when there is a concern for autoimmunity. Commonly, if the result comes back positive, the doctor communicates to the patient that they have lupus.
Is this what the test result really means? Should you go on a medication for lupus? This 10 minutes could save you a lot of unnecessary angst and medication.
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John Bartemus, DC
Functional Medicine Charlotte
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