We went in because Lukas' pediatrician called and said that his bloodwork came back showing that his ANA was positive. Apparently ANA positive result is often found in kids with autoimmune disease like Lupus, Juvenile Arthritis, and some other random disorders. Honestly I was sort of excited about his bloodwork showing something since every other test had been negative and we really needed a direction. (The follow-up blood work did not show any sign of these issues).
So we went in a saw a new neuro. She didn't know about Lukas' PDD-NOS diagnosis yet, so I caught her up on his recent diagnosis. Her response was, "Well I'm glad that he's already been diagnosed because if not, I was going to do that today!"
Is it that obvious?