The auto-antibody tests you describe indicate probable lupus but the rest of your symptoms are not quite compatible. Methotrexate might help, but it is usually taken as a once-a-week dose. It is probably a better alternative to Azapres.
I think your pain is most likely related to Fibromyalgia rather than lupus. You need to follow a gentle exercise programme, especially swimming.
The pain in your hip and buttock area is most likely due to a trochanteric bursitis and will probably respond very well to local steroid injection.
You should have regular pre-arranged 3 monthly or so appointments with your rheumatologist to avoid long delays.
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