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... almost positive. Actually positive as far as he's concerned. ... (5 replies)
... IgM usually means current or recent infection. IgG usually means past infection. However for Lyme disease it is not so clear cut. ... (30 replies)
... one thing i wonered was what is the difference between IGG antibodies and IGM? ... (11 replies)

... The ELISA screen came back positive so they did the Western Blot. Here is where it gets confusing. The interpretation of the Western Blot is that I am negative for IGm but positive for IGg antibodies. ... (3 replies)
... se to an infection. If there are large numbers of them this generally can be due to a new active infection OR an existing infection that has become reactivated. IgG generally is the body's response to infection over a period of time. It can indicate a current infection OR a past exposure to or past infection. ... (3 replies)
... and I was positive only for IgM 23. He said that was sufficient for a positivie diagnosis given my symptoms, etc. I wasn't so sure and he suggested following up with IGenix. ... (0 replies)
... including an ANA and IgG IgM AB. ... (1 replies)
... I know that IND stands for indeterminate band present with intensity less than the weak positive control but it's not really a negative either..right? ... (12 replies)
... Hi Ticker; That helps a lot. I wasn't sure if that's how everyone's test looked or what. Now all I need to do is go study to see what all of those foreign words like Ehrlichiosis and Burrascano mean. (*;*) I found the site you mentioned with the information by Dr. Burrascano. I am also going to order the book you reccommended. I already had an appointment with the... (23 replies)
... Yes, I do have a copy of my tests. As I mentioned, the Western Blot IGM was Negative, and the Western Blot IGG was positive. My Dr. ... (23 replies)
... cause. Anyway, I went to see a naturopath last week with my entire list of symptoms and he ordered a slew of blood tests. I got the results today, and I tested positive for rocky mountain spotted tick fever antibodies. ... (1 replies)
... IgG positive IgM negative is consistent with PAST infection and not present. Positive means your blood has developed and contains antibodies against the infection you were diagnosed with. This is normal. ... (7 replies)
May 28, 2014
... r an unknown infection for 10 days with amoxicillin. I had a fever of 102.5, severe headache and neck pain. I was so sick I thought I had meningitis. My lyme was negative at that time. Never had a rash or known tick bite. ... (5 replies)
... So i did few ELISA test which gave strange results for example IGM was positive after a year after that tick bit me and as i understood the doctor it was pretty impossible. ... (1 replies)
... A, immunodominant protein. Her IGg for afzeli decorin BP and burgdorferi lysate were equivocal. ... (5 replies)
New Lyme (maybe)
Nov 17, 2007
... This is a run-down of my test results: Igenex Western Blot IGM 23-25 IND 34 IND 41+++ all others negative Igenex Western Blot IGG 39 IND 41+++ (band 58 positive on previous blot by another lab) (7 replies)
... This is what the IgG said. ... (12 replies)
Blood work
Jun 3, 2009
... bite the antibodies many not have formed. However as IgG antibodies are a secondary immune response and remain within the body in case the infection occurs again IgG positive usually suggests exposure or past infection. IgM however would be more accurate for diagnosing active lyme. ... (1 replies)
... Through Igenex, I tested positive with 5 bands, IGM. My LLMD did not test IGG via Igenex.. but I am convinced that if all my symptoms are related to Lyme, I was infected at least as far back as '98.. ... (9 replies)
... In 2006 I had a Lyme Disease AB w/RFX IGG, IGM, Lyme Disease Screen test. The result was 1.77 and the index interpretations goes as follows: <1.00 = negative 1.00-1.19 = equivocal >1.19 = positive If mine was 1.77 does that mean it reads positive? The rheumatologist never really went over these tests with me so I guess I am not sure what it means. I also had the... (7 replies)

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