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need help understand blood test results

hey everyone, i was wondering if someone can please let me know what my blood test results means. I just got blood taken last wed. and all my results came back so i decided to see what my doctor was testing for.. Well this showed up on my results. I have fibromyalgia and other health related issues. I just want to know if I also have lupus or not. If someone can just give me a yes or no answer I would gratefully appreciate it. Thank You!

Autoantibody Disease Association
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Condition Frequency
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Antinuclear Antibody, SLE, mixed connective
Direct (ANA-D) tissue diseases
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dsDNA SLE 40 - 60%
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Chromatin Drug induced SLE 90%
SLE 48 - 97%
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SSA (Ro) SLE 25 - 35%
Sjogren's Syndrome 40 - 70%
Neonatal Lupus 100%
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SSB (La) SLE 10%
Sjogren's Syndrome 30%
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Sm (anti-Smith) SLE 15 - 30%
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RNP Mixed Connective Tissue
Disease 95%
(U1 nRNP, SLE 30 - 50%
anti-ribonucleoprotein) Polymyositis and/or
Dermatomyositis 20%
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Scl-70 (antiDNA Scleroderma (diffuse) 20 - 35%
topoisomerase) Crest 13%
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Jo-1 Polymyositis and/or
Dermatomyositis 20 - 40%
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Centromere B Scleroderma - Crest
variant 80%
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