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... If you live in Canada, our testing for lymes is not adequate. ... (3 replies)
... There is a testing lab in california Usa thast does very accurate western blot tests none although are foolproof but they are highly reccomended . ... (3 replies)
... By this time the muscle pain has spread from my thighs, well into my calves, my lower back is sore and my abs are sore when using those muscles as well. ... (11 replies)

... In the past they're always normal...Is this a normal reaction to the initial infection? ... (4 replies)
... I am then referred to a rheumatologist, they suspect lupus. I undergo extensive blood work nothing comes back positive for lupus and my ana is ignored. ... (6 replies)
... The Igm was negative. But she treated me with Biaxin anyway. The next Igenex test I was Igm positive in a big way, and Igenex reported my case to the CDC. The point here is that your blood serology is always changing, especially when you undergo treatment. ... (8 replies)
... After 20 years of chronic lyme and always testing positive I now test negative. It hasn't been a full year yet, though, so I'm being cautious with declarations. ... (9 replies)
Lyme
Apr 30, 2007
... is a common and rapid test to detect Lyme disease antibodies. It is sensitive but not specific and it misses many positive cases of Lyme disease, amd often reports "false negatives. ... (2 replies)
New News
Aug 18, 2007
... Hi Sarah. I believe that if you are taking Cortef for adrenal issues, it is okay because it is something your body should have. I think this was addressed at the recent Lyme conference. I will check my notes. ... (19 replies)
... for 10 days... so when you make appt, ask them to check with doc if a positve band 23 from these two labs is sufficent or if he will want further testing... UNLESS you decide that you want to test thru Igenex for peace of mind... a thought... ... (36 replies)
... This is really good info for Lyme Newbies. ... (3 replies)
... A lab your doctor may be more comfortable with is the Stoney Brook University lyme disease lab. ... (6 replies)
... Hi, I'm new to this board, suffering with lyme almost 10 years, most likely misdiagnosed as fibromyalgia for 9 years. ... (7 replies)
... These 2 things can coexist, and can affect fertility, particularly if your thyroid hormone levels are low. DsDNA antibodies are specific for lupus. ANA can be positive in both conditions. ... (4 replies)
... Everytime I went back to my dr, she always blamed my symptoms on recurring Lyme but didn't think antibiotics would help me. ... (4 replies)
... diseases, but still, it can be diagnosed with proper testing and clinical observations. ... (6 replies)
Undxed Lyme? Help!
Jun 17, 2008
... I have vision trouble from Lyme, called oscillopsia. What happens to me is that everything I see moves with the motion of my head. It's like watching an old home movie when the motion control was turned off. ... (6 replies)
... can be tricky. With Babesia, for instance, they need to know the state in which you've contracted the infection because there are different strains. Then again, testing for LD and co's, even at Igenex, is not always definitive. Glad to hear you're seeing an LLMD soon. Let us know how it goes. ... (4 replies)
... Tmrots....Jen is correct about the testing. Lyme test, are not always accurate. Some of the reasons why are. ... (9 replies)
... I didn't know about Lyme Literate Medical Dcotors when I was trying to get someone to listen to me. I had a couple doctors run Lyme test but I think they did the Elsia, with no positive. I also had Western Blots done with bands pulled up. I was told they were not positive. ... (3 replies)


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