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... The lab results from IGenex just add to my confusion! ... (11 replies)
... I have had some severe symptoms over the past year or so which started off as back pain and eventually became chronic hip pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, back pain. I developed major insomnia and am now really sensitive to caffeine and alcohol. ... (3 replies)
... Here are my test results. I was wondering if someone could explain. They have been available for 2 weeks and I have called my dr 4 times but they will not return my call so I am anxious and thought maybe someone on here could explain. ... (2 replies)

... Just got our IgeneX test results back and a new CD57 test from LCorp for my Wife. I have also already seen the Western Blot band breakdown. ... (1 replies)
... via my pompous GP doctor, I finally gave in and pursued a real Lyme literate doctor. ... (4 replies)
... I just got results sent to me, and I cannot afford to see the doctor right now as I am paying out of pocket. All of my blood tests have been really expensive. ... (2 replies)
... IGenex Interpretation is based on internal validation stugies. By IGenex criteria, IgM WB is considered positive if two or more of the double starred bands are present. ... (1 replies)
... BigStan, below I have copied and pasted your post from the Open forum so we could respond here. ... (8 replies)
... Why do I see so many people posting that Lyme testing is so innacurate at the late stages, and then this same group of people seem to go on about promoting this Igenex lab... ... (4 replies)
... I posted here a few weeks ago asking for opinions on whether or not my symptoms fit Lyme. It seemed to me and everyone else that Lyme is a strong possibility in my case, so I had an IGeneX test done. ... (1 replies)
... infections were not done by Igenex, MDL or Quest, so I will probably have them redone. Only my Western Blots and IFA were done by Igenex. Being so far away from my LLMD is hard. Plus I had to get all the testing done on my son before I started paying to get it done on myself. ... (82 replies)
... I received these results from Igenex a few weeks ago now and someone told me somethijg about a CD57 test that leads me to believe I have lyme. Not only did it take me forever to find an LLMD I am now on a waiting list to actually get a doctor's appointment with him. ... (5 replies)
... She also wrote 'titer', and I can't tell by looking at Igenex info what test she might mean? ... (6 replies)
... I just got the results from the Igenex complete lyme panel. The PCR, IFA, multiplex serum, IGG and Igm were all negative. But the Igm western blot was questionable. ... (2 replies)
... Hi all, I'm here to share my story and to hopefully get some of your inputs. ... (2 replies)
... I posted a couple weeks ago that I was dx with MS and sent away for Lyme testing Got the results last night. ... (3 replies)
... I was surprised that my doctor tested me for Lyme Disease a couple of months ago, and I was surprised with the results. ... (4 replies)
... infections, babesia causes the night sweats. Do you have your Igenex report with you? ... (8 replies)
Testing process
Aug 30, 2007
... The test you had was probably the Elisa. It's a screening test, and yes they say for lyme not reliable. If your elisa came back positive a western blot would have been run. Similar to HIV testing. ... (2 replies)
... infections test and here are my result. I need your help and advice as I need to convince my doctors that there's something wring there. ... (4 replies)


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