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... He did the Western Blot on me and also the Urine test for Lyme. ... (8 replies)
... and a low grade fever for two years, with no diagnosis. I recently tested "negative" on the Western Blot, altough band 23 showed up for the IgM and band 41 for IgG. I read somewhere that because band 23 is one of the ones specific to Borrelia burgdorferi, this band can alone verify a Lyme diagnosis. ... (3 replies)
... infections. From what I understand of band results, I think you have Lyme. I would recommend getting another opinion, especially if this doctor is considering giving you unapproved medications. ... (8 replies)

... Likewise, with the IGM Western Blot, looking for 2 or more of the three significant bands, all three of mine were negative. ... (4 replies)
... On the IgM every band is negative except for 41 is IND. ... (1 replies)
Thank You Ticker
Mar 12, 2007
... IGG western blots which have 5 or more of the 10 significant bands are considered positive for specific antibody to b. burgdorferi. ... (6 replies)
Could it be Lymes?
Mar 14, 2005
... IF ANYONE CAN HELP ME UNDERSTAND THE RESULTS OF MY LYME TEST I WOULD GREATLY APPRECIATE IT. THE DOCTOR JUST SAID IT WAS NEGATIVE SO I ASK HIM FOR A COPY OF THE RESULTS BUT DON'T NO IF I SHOULD BE CONCERNED AND GET TESTED AGAIN BY A LLMD. THANK YOU IN ADVANCE, ANTHONY Test Name IN RANGE OUT OF RANGE REFERANCE RANGE ANA SCREEN ETA W/REFL IFA ... (16 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. The Igm WB is considered negative if less than 2 starred bands are present. ... (1 replies)
... The thing is on my Lyme IgM WB, IGenex said I was positive. ... (2 replies)
... MDL Western Blot test, Igm no bands. ... (3 replies)
... positive IgM result rather disease. In rare instances, Lyme disease imm thuanno balcout tree aLcytmiveity smpairyo crehperteesse. ... (0 replies)
... Dear Ticker, It's been a few weeks since I last sent a thread to anybody because I have been trying to get all of my ducks in order so I can maybe get somebody to treat me. I went for another Lyme test and it came back differently this time. I guess the lab has changed the way they configure the results. Anyway the first test that I had done on 7/23/02 came back... (42 replies)
... we have a phone in appt. tomorrow AM to go over them and discuss treatment protocol. It is somewhat confusing to me, but does appear I am IGeneX positive on the Western Blot IgM, but not CDC positive, which I'm sure will be an "out" for my insurance. ... (24 replies)
... even people with poor dental hygine and gingivitis can have this band, it is also presumably the FIRST band to show up, or sometimes the ONLY band to show up in some people with Lyme Disease. It is not uncommon, but it is not lyme specific. ... (7 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)
... The IgM tests for a more recent infection, the IgG a longer standing one. ... (4 replies)
Lyme symptoms
Dec 31, 2006
... I just received the results of my neighbor's blood test from last week; IGM Western Blot 1 out of 3 bands reactive A IGG Western Blot 4 out of 10 bands reactive A (7 replies)
... Melissa, She was positive by IGM Western Blot, Did it say positive by CDC and Igenex? ... (4 replies)
... the IGM was Indeterminate. But, I don't really understand what exactly the individual bands mean. ... (30 replies)
Western blot test
Jun 27, 2007
... basically was positive for igm band and negative for igg band. ... (3 replies)




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