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... my sympathies are in order. At least you have a diagnosis. I am at the stage of going through so many doctors with so many strange symptoms. I'm going to call my insurance and press them to cover an Igenex test. ... (7 replies)
... I am not sure what state your in...I am in CA and we have labcorp that will take most insurance to do the draw and mail it out for you... we do have to provide the kits though. ... (6 replies)
... hi burnt!my insurance reimbursme me 70 percenty of my igenex test.. i guess you will cahe to call them and ask.. ... (10 replies)

Igenex Lab
Mar 6, 2006
... When I went to see Dr. Crist for the first time in October he said it was lyme. No more testing needed. I still asked for the Igenex test so I could validate myself. I didn't do co testing because he treats for co's regardless. ... (8 replies)
... From where you are sitting you can find the info for Igenex Call them, they will send you a test kit. You will need a doctor to sign the lab slips off. Be prepared that it could be could be negative even if you have Lyme. ... (1 replies)
... in medical center and ask them to do it. Mail the blood to Igenex and then submit the cost to your insurance. ... (9 replies)
... he seems quite Lyme literate. I know he has spoken on the topic at some conventions, etc. He did test for all the other tick borne illnesses. When I spoke to the nurse today she didn't seem to see anything on them. I am sure when I see the Dr. ... (7 replies)
... I desperately need the test to confirm Lyme Disease. I have worked for the Post Office for 26 years, had to stop work a year ago and am applying for disability. ... (1 replies)
... I think it depends on your insurance company and whether or not the LLMD you go to accepts that insurance. You can always call the office and double check. ... (10 replies)
... Hey Kim:) I took 5HTP a few months ago and it helped. Although, I probably need a smaller dose because I found it made me "out of it" a little, it supposed to be good for a whole bunch of things. It is an amino acid that is the intermediate step between tryptophan and the important brain chemical serotonin. Here is a list of symptoms it is supposed to help: Depression... (82 replies)
... My insurance co. didn't pay for the Igenex test. ... (82 replies)
... for insurance purposes. I am swamped in bills at the moment and I can't afford a full lyme test so I figured I'd go with one to get the ball rolling and get the rest when I get my bills caught up in the next couple of months. ... (2 replies)
... it was a very high reading, the highest possible. I also did it again last month and it was halfway down the chart instead of the highest. I'm glad I did that test when she asked me to because I am able to follow my progress now. It's a new test, insurance doesn't pay. ... (13 replies)
... t going to help. I'm sorry you don't have more emotional support. You need to start treatment of some kind. I would think LLMDs would see you without having the test first as they could then order it. Have you checked? ... (3 replies)
... Hi Ticker, I'm in Virginia, about 90 miles from the Atlantic Ocean, and geographically it's considered the Atlantic corridor. No insurance, so all of that is $$ - but less costly than undiagnosed bacteria and the havoc that could cause, I'm sure. Any additional ideas? Thanks! Barbara :) (9 replies)
... I am sure others will answer this question. I know there have been some posts about it and I think someones child tested positive also. I have had all my kids tested (my diabetic daughter with rheumatory arthritis has been tested three time and all three negative so I have been lucky). I went to the extremem on some things but after I had it and my dog was also diagnosed... (4 replies)
Ticks In Winter??
Mar 23, 2006
... Denise I have a question... it says on the igeneX site that you could start with the basic panel and then if that comes negative order more tests. ... (14 replies)
... Why doesn't insurance pay for treatment or for the Igenex test? ... (4 replies)
... ything checked out. There could be many things going on, so you definitely want to rule everything out. I do have a question, though. Do you know what kind of test your doctor did for Lyme? ... (12 replies)
Igenex Lab
Mar 6, 2006
... I think the positive test is for someone to gain more strength when sat in front of a defiant doctor or insurance company, ammunition if you like. ... (8 replies)


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