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    So scared of blood test results can't function so scared and panicking

    My Dr did ana blood test which had 1
    8 titer not too worried about that but then he did ena test which tested positive for centremore antibody I went to see rheumatologist Monday who said repeat bloods and see me in 6 months as in not presenting with any relevant definitive symptoms but I've googled I can't get it out of my head im a panicked mess since Monday I can't function I just keep thinking auto immune connective tissue disease that are fatal oh anyone help I don't k ow where to turn .I do have under active thyroid ear was 39 crp was 10 anaemia aswell and platelet count of 600

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    Re: So scared of blood test results can't function so scared and panicking

    Trust your doctor, if they saw something was that bad, they wouldn't have told you to wait for six months. I'm sure there are lots of benign reasons for your test results, and as you have no symptoms, you really needn't worry so much! I know how horrible health anxiety is, and I'm sorry you're going through these fears. *hugs*

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