A couple of months ago, my mother had fever. She had medicines, which was prescribed by her doctor. After three days of fever, she developed rashes and was hospitalized. Then, her rashes started disappearing, but she has some burning sensation on the soles of her feet. Right now, she has swollen feet up to her shins, which is painless. She has no history of diabetes and BP. Here is the report for your reference. Please suggest some advice.
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Thank you doctor,
As I am not in the medical field. I am unable to find which is dsDNA test. My doctor might have thought it as unnecessary. Please explain me in detail. Here is my ANA test report for your reference.
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