Maybe I'm being paranoid because of my bad health, but I know that statistically 50% of kids with moms with Auto-immune issues also have auto-immune problems. Anyway, I'm starting to have some concerns about my 5 year old (almost 6) son. He is fatigued very easily. He doesn't endure at sports. He complains about aches in his body, mostly the legs. He has very dry skin on his legs. He gets stomach cramps easily. (I'm suspecting gluten, I'm intolerant.) He gets croup and viral asthma, he has had some trauma in his young life already too. He was born early (3.5 weeks), he had emergency double hernia surgery at 7 weeks. He fell 3 feet through a glass table when he was about 1 year and only got a few minor cuts. He's had some close calls with his coup and asthma. He had an ambulance ride last fall due to being altered and his sed rate getting very low. I know I'm missing something...but beleive me I have an instinctive feeling that something is not right with him. I know I can have him tested for the gluten intolerance. Do you think I should have his ANAs tested? If they are positive, like mine, that would be a good indicator to keep looking. What else should I look for in a child this age to be an indicator of FM?