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... I was tested for Lyme disease by a neurologist who soon after left my insurance group. ... (7 replies)
... I really wouldn't get hung up on these results. An LLMD will first look at clinical symptoms. You do have IgG positive. This, along with his clinical symptoms, is a lot more than many legitimate lymies come up with. ... (11 replies)
... Jodie, My wife is suffering from similar symptoms - enlarged veins along the side of her forehead; along with vein like blotching along the forehead. She also get these tremendous pains at the base of her head. Not sure exactly what is going on. Thought it might be Lyme, but there's nothing positive there. Getting back to the vein issue on the head - are you still... (7 replies)

... My confusion came from the IGG being positive and the IGM being negative. Can you shed some light on this finding? ... (11 replies)
... feedbacks you might have. She is being treated my some very knowledgeable doctors with Lyme and Pandas but still presents a lot of unknowns. ... (0 replies)
... Thanks in advance for looking and responding. This is my most recent blood results. ... (6 replies)
... positive per the 2nd conference on Lyme Disease, Dearborn, Mi., 1994. ... (42 replies)
... I've been diagnosed with secondary progressive multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia and cervical dystonia. I was recently tested for Lyme since it is a major mimic of MS and fibro. The test says negative but I do see I have 3 bands that are reactive. ... (0 replies)
... As you can see from Quest Labs there were many more "reactive" IGG bands compared to the IGenex results. However, there are several more "reactive" IGM band results from IGenex. I am seeing a LLMD in January and hope to get a better understanding of the lab results. ... (11 replies)
... if you learn anything regarding lyme disease, when you stop trying is when you fail, it's those who keep at it who fight for treatment and to find the right doctor. ... (7 replies)
... band 18 highly specific for lyme... ... (7 replies)
... Not sure why the result reads negative for IgG when the same two numbers are bold and read "reactive"....I think it was Ticker who mentioned 41 is common with new infections but any additional insight would be appreciated prior to me getting out there and purchasing that book by Karen so and so! ... (4 replies)
... Lyme is primarily diagnosed by clinical symptoms, not tests. An ID doctor does not understand this and, therefore, will only treat for LD if a test comes up positive. If you think you might have Lyme you would be better served seeing a lyme specialist, an LLMD. They do not take insurance. ... (4 replies)
... Now I don't know if I should look for an LLMD or what? ... (0 replies)
... The IgM tests for a more recent infection, the IgG a longer standing one. ... (7 replies)
... Now I don't know if I should look for an LLMD or what? ... (3 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)
... First of all, no Lyme test is completely reliable. Some people who have Lyme test negative. The CDC requires several bands to show for it to be positive, but many people who have Lyme do not have this many bands. ... (6 replies)
... In 1987 I had a lyme titer that was positive. Don't know the type test or number value. ... (3 replies)
... these stand for the type of antibodies...IgM antibodies with most infections are the antibodies the body makes in response to a recent onslaught of infection... ... (6 replies)


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