If you actually have and autoimmune issue, an ENA Panel test might further clarify the reason for the ANA results:
But your original symptoms list suggests that you should stay in close touch with your Hem-Onc on a "watch and wait" basis.
Hey Trey! Yeah, they did some of that. the neg SS-A and SSB ruled out sjorgrens. The ro was neg, which i figured would be bc i don't seem to have any sun issues (not that i've seen the sun since august!) There's a dna antibody the look for with lupus as well and it was negative. my sed and c-reactive and all of the other inflammatory tests were fine. so even though my ana has two different lupus positives, without all of the RA-like symptoms I won't have any kind of diagnosis. That's why I was wondering if the positive ana could be related to the original issues. i have read a large amount of info, the majority of which say there's a noticeable link between the two. i'm not sure there's a correlation there and statistics are usually tweaked to prove a theory, so i was just curious