Welcome to Sclero Forums. I'm sorry you have health concerns and send best wishes your way.
Please keep in mind that none of us are doctors and we cannot diagnose you, nor explain your test results as they apply to your health. Given the way your test results formatted, it is hard for me to read or understand them, to tell which results relate to which antibody. Someone more familiar with lab test results can help you there.
Basically, ANA tests can be positive in people who are entirely healthy, and negative in people who are entirely sick. By themselves, they do not automatically indicate disease. The most important thing, by far, are your clinical symptoms. Sun sensitivity can occur due to many things, including illnesses, infections, and medications. Your rheumatologist will sort out what the test results mean in light of your current symptoms and medical history.
Antibodies are much more common in people who have relatives with any connective tissue disease, even though they might only ever develop one or two symptoms of connective tissue disease. So if you have any relatives who may have had lupus or scleroderma or RA, etc., then you can take heart that sun sensitivity and some antibodies might be all you ever suffer from. At least, that is a thought to hold tight onto until you see your rheumatologist, because it should ease your stress, and stress alone can make nearly any illness worse.
We also have many threads on this site from people who tested positive for all sorts of antibodies but who have not yet developed any significant disease (and vice versa). Often, test results change or disappear entirely when the blood is sent to another lab. So be prepared to go to a rheumatologist, have them tell you that you are basically okay but they will see you once a year or if things change. Also do not be surprised if they rerun the tests and they turn out all negative. Some rheumatologists only trust their own particular lab and will even ignore results from any other labs. So, what might be life-shatteringly important to you or I, might be just another pile of paper for their trashcan, to them.
Obviously, I'm trying to talk you down from the cliff, as its a spot we've all been in, due to one interesting test or another. Bottom line, this means you might be coming down with something. Or, this might be as sick as you'll ever get. Maybe your body is just still thrown for a loop from pregnancy. Maybe this will go away, as many autoimmune things mysteriously appear and disappear on their own accord, even without any treatment at all.
Find any comforting thought in what I've written, and hang onto it to try to stabilize your life until you get in to see a rheumatologist. They are the only ones who can properly assess things in your particular case. Often autoimmune diseases take an average of six years or more to diagnose, so do NOT expect this to be some sort of overnight thing. We've heard of people who had some antibodies and some symptoms who were followed for several decades and then declared entirely healthy. The same thing could happen to you.
Try to lose yourself in anything positive for the time being. Absorb yourself in your hobbies, or work, or doing nice things with your family. See movies, read books, absolutely anything, other than sun exposure, to try to maintain and lift your spirits until you know a little bit more.
I'm sorry for this upset in your life. I hope you get some answers soon. Remember we are always here for you, even if you get an "all clear" from the rheumatologist.