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... the worst part of mine is what it does to my joints. I'll always have that. There are certain test but all don't come back showing you have lyme's. The Elisa and Western blot are the 2 main test. Although sometimes they come back negative. You have to wait a certain amount of time. Hope you find what you need. ... (8 replies)
... what would cause a positive elisa negative western blot lyme (1 replies)
... what does a positive lyme and negative western blot test mean? ... (1 replies)

... I thought the same thing, then got rested and western blot came positive... my problem is they waited 3 years to retest me. I would get retested soon. ... (1 replies)
... He did the Western Blot on me and also the Urine test for Lyme. ... (8 replies)
... and a postive Lyme western blot test. ... (1 replies)
... I just received the results of my Western Blot for Lyme, and was wondering if anyone could help me decipher the test results. ... (2 replies)
... I have just had my second Western Blot and my third Elisa test. All of my lyme tests are considered negative so far. ... (8 replies)
... tion, such as elevators, escallators, and car rides. My blood tests have been normal except for one postive reading for lyme, and one postive ANA, however, I was negative on the western blot test. My doctors act like these postive blood test readings are nothing. ... (7 replies)
... I just received the results of a Western Blot Lyme Test done by Quest Labs. And I am not at all sure at how to interpret, nor has my research given any helpful clues. ... (1 replies)
... of cases. The more accurate test, the Western Blot, is still not completely reliable and is generally only given if you have a positive ELISA. Which makes no sense at all but there you have it. ... (8 replies)
... started having symptoms in April I was given an antibiotic "just in case" it was strep I was dealing with. Then my PCP put me on Doxcycline for 10 days when my Lyme Western Blot came back equivocal. ... (11 replies)
... I'll tell you alittle story. I had Lyme, confirmed by a regular Md, with a positive western blot lyme test. ... (5 replies)
... Most docs do an Elisa or similar type Lyme screening test first before the western blot. If you test positive for this screening test then they test you with the Western blot. ... (5 replies)
... Looks like this lab is using the old CDC-criteria of 5 bands, despite the CDC saying their criteria was to be used ONLY for their tracking purposes, not using it for diagnosis. I think Igenex uses 3 bands out of 10...and the Elisa is equivacable (ie, maybe positive). The Elisa isn't all that accurate anyways. Yep, I'd get re-tested by a reputable lab. (6 replies)
... Hi- Would love some assistance. I went to the doc yesterday and he said I did not have lyme- none of the bands showed up. I wanted to be sure he meant NONE of the bands showed up and not just none of the CDC bands. So I looked at my test results. It does look like I do not have one single band but I wanted to check with people on this board. If there is any doubt, I want... (6 replies)
... I have two general questions about time factors. 1. Are there any known cases of Lyme developing from ticks that were attached less than 24 hours? ... (4 replies)
... I have copies of all the bloodwork recently done on me, and the results reference proceedings of the 2nd Conf. on Lyme Disease, Dearborn, MI, 1994. ... (4 replies)
... Okay, so a few years ago i had the western blot done through IgeneX labs and it came back equivocal. ... (5 replies)
... Hi Eva. Which lab did the Western Blot? ... (8 replies)


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