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... e to look at all this generally because when it comes to LD these tests really are not an exact science. Also, different agencies and docs have different ways of interpreting the results. Thus . . . I wouldn't worry too much about the difference. You are Positive. That is accurate, so treatment is needed. That is the bottom line. ... (3 replies)
... i might be able to convince them, but igenex will want to know what type of lyme tests to give and I do not know which one and my doc who is not an LLD will most likely not either..... ... (22 replies)
... igm/igg below: IGM: IGENEX NEGATIVE CDC/NYS NEGATIVE 18+ 31 IND (1 replies)

... Are any of your regular physicians willing to sign for the Igenex testing? ... (22 replies)
... and thyroid antibodies tested in addition to the normal panel. They are not usually done but are necessary for a comprehensive view. If you need help interpreting your results, let me know. ... (7 replies)
... The bands that are showing "IND" those are considered positive. And on your test it says Positive through Igenex standards. Your also displaying stymptoms so you are positive. ... (1 replies)
... to get a Lyme Disease test which came back negative except for Band 41. I was then told that regular Lyme tests aren't really accurate and that I should get an IGeneX Lyme test for better accuracy, and the results came back today. Can someone please help me explain what this all means to the best of their ability? ... (3 replies)
... More questions... the following bands were not included in the results I got from my doctor. Is this normal? ... (11 replies)
... are the ones Igenex considers most important. The IGG is considered posistive by Igenex if 2 or more double starred bands are positve. ... (7 replies)
... Hey All- I need help interpreting these blood tests results (for Lyme's Disease), as my doctor does not really understand them. There are a few different tests I had done. Let me know what you all think. Thank you sooo much! Test Name: Result IFA, B Burgdorferi G/M/A 40 (Equivocal) ... (1 replies)
... The IgG tests for a longer standing infection. IgeneX uses more sensitive testing and list more bands on the Western Blot. ... (7 replies)
... this is what Igenex says: IGG only **23-25 kda ++ 28 kda + 30 kda ++ **31 kda ++++ **34 kda - **39 kda - **41 kda IND 58 kda + **83-93 kda - (7 replies)
... indicate degree of being positive, but I am not sure. You could call IgeneX to see. ... (7 replies)
... They are not usually done but are necessary for a comprehensive view. Realize that even if your results are in the normal range, they may not be optimal. It sounds like your thyroid treatment is not regulated yet. ... (12 replies)
... Normal results are not always optimal for everyone. Some people have Lyme disease and a thyroid disorder. ... (5 replies)
... able doctor. Many doctors do not understand Lyme and treat with outdated protocols. No test is completely reliable, and results can vary by lab. ... (8 replies)
... If you have tested positive for Babesia you need antibiotics for that. I'm not sure about the manner in which the Igenx test results are listed. ... (3 replies)
... LabCorp is not a reliable testing place for Lyme Disease so I wouldn't put too much stock in these results.Your blood should have been sent to Igenex Lab in Palo Alto California. ... (2 replies)
... Ok, I'm confused on my WB IGG results, for example, can someone tell me what this means? **31 kDa ++++ I have several other bands present, but does the ++++ mean the intensity, and the ** mean the antibody is present? thanks Rachelle (7 replies)
Losing Myself
Sep 25, 2007
... it is very important to see a knowledgeable doctor. Many doctors do not understand Lyme and treat with outdated protocols. No test is completely reliable, and results can vary by lab. ... (14 replies)


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