Early this year I attended a dermatologist for a skin problem. While there she gave a me a list of bloods to get done. She diagnosed my skin problem and I thought that was it. I misplaced the results, and have only recently sent them back. The ANA test came back negative. However, the bloods also detected the presence of the following antibodies; U1-RNP, SS-A/RO , SS-B/LA, Centromere B , SCL-70 , Fibrillarin, pm-scl and Ds-dna. Could the ANA result be wrong because the blood test detected these antibodies? I'm scared about the Scl-70 and Centromere B antibodies, does that mean I am very likely to develop Scleroderma? The only symptom that I currently have is Raynaud's. I had this for a good few years now, but never thought anything of it.