I am in a similar situation to a few of the posters in this thread. I just got some test results back today showing an elevated level of Scl-70. I also have none of the symptoms, other than ongoing GERD which could be related. I sort of doubt this, as I had a scope test when I was initially diagnosed with GERD (or possibly globus) and told all looked OK. I would think scleroderma would have shown in that case.
Anyway, my doctor took blood again today with a retest of the Scl-70 being one purpose. He wasn't really all that clear, but I assume this could mean the results were a fluke or a lab error. I'm not too into speculating on that, but not sure why else he would retest right away. He did ask me several questions, and confirmed I am really not showing the symptoms.
Any interesting aside, which was brought up a few times on this thread, is that I've had a vitamin D deficiency for a few years. Lots of people here mentioned they are now taking it, but I don't yet understand how this is related to scleoderma, and especially for those who are showing no symptoms. Is this just a precautionary measure? Did any of you have low levels, and is that a known indicator of scleroderma?
Just some other history as an aside. I have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia several years ago, and more recently with GERD and osteoperosis. The interesting part is that I'm a 30 year old male, so none of these things are really too common in my demographic.
Sorry for the rambling, and I look forward to any insight you can provide on the vitamin D aspect and my situation in general.