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... There is no completely reliable test for Lyme. Some people who have Lyme do not test positive. The IgM tests for a more recent infection and the IgG a longer standing one. ... (3 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)
Thank You Ticker
Mar 13, 2007
... Hi serinity. The IgM tests for a more recent infection, the IgG a longer standing infection. ... (6 replies)

... Thanks to all who are reading: You remember how I said that they retested me (my other doctor's office). Well yesterday I couldn't understand what the nurse was saying. My phone is no good, i need a new one. So when I went to the doctors office. The nurse said that the test was NEGATIVE! So i got copies of all my labs. I didn't know I was missing a page until I got to my... (11 replies)
... of the most common symptoms of Lyme, but just got my Igenex test today. From what I have read on this board and others I believe it's positive but need some help to insure. ... (0 replies)
... however, many people who have Lyme do not have this many bands. Lyme doctor often focus on which bands are positive. Some are specific for Lyme. ... (3 replies)
... The IgM tests for a more recent infection and the IgG a longer standing one. ... (7 replies)
... Below is the breakdown of the Western Blot. The IgM tests for a more recent infection and the IgG a longer standing one. ... (5 replies)
... I was Lyme positive in 1999, my elisa was always 2.07, my western blot with 2igm, and 7 igg. treated orally 6 weeks, had 1 igm 7igg. ... (4 replies)
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... borne illness testing. IgeneX in Palo Alto, CA uses more sensitive testing and lists more bands on the Western Blot. As you can see, Quest does not test bands 31 and 34 which are Lyme specific bands. ... (6 replies)
... s. The antibacterial effect stirs up the bacteria making it more likely to get a positive result after first starting. ... (19 replies)
... Hi Mrs. Ekim, I know Ticker and maybe others will come along and give you a more definite varification. I THINK this is accurate info. The bands with ** are the ones that are used for CDC diagnostic purposes, I think. Still leaves questions, I know. For example, for me.. 18 was ++ and I don't know what that means. (Ticker may have told me but I forget). If you have a: - ... (15 replies)
... Below is the breakdown of the Western Blot. The IgM tests for a more recent infection and the IgG a longer standing one. ... (9 replies)
... Thanks so much! This is really confusing to me but that did help. From that I can see why she is positive for Lyme but why is the CDC have those guidelines? ... (12 replies)
IgeneX results
May 17, 2007
... The IgM tests for a more recent infection, the IgG a longer standing one. Band 41 is often the first to show, and yours is positive. ... (6 replies)
... standing one. Band 41 is often the first to show. Bands 31 and 34 are Lyme specific bands. Being positive or IND on these is significant. How long have you been sick? ... (11 replies)
What to do?
May 18, 2007
... why do I have so many positive bands on the IgM but none on the IgG? ... (3 replies)
IgeneX results
May 17, 2007
... The kDa 41 is Lyme specific, it isn't pos. ... (6 replies)
... he IgM tests for a more recent infection, the IgG a longer standing one. ... (12 replies)


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