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... The Western Blot lists a series of numerical bands. ... (7 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)
New News
Aug 19, 2007
... or 31kDa on the IGeneX Lyme IGG Western Blot are specific for B burgdorferi. ... (19 replies)

... Your Western Blot results are significant. ... (10 replies)
... No test for Lyme is completely reliable. Many people who have Lyme test negative. On thOn the Western Blot, the CDC requires a large number of bands to show for it to be considered positive, yet many people who have Lyme do not have this many bands show. ... (19 replies)
... Regarding the Western Blot, the IgM tests for a more recent infection and the IgG a longer standing one. ... (7 replies)
... and 39 are Lyme specific bands and yours are IND. Band 41 is often the first to show and yours are positive. I think these results are significant. ... (7 replies)
... years. I was never tested for Lyme disease until last month even though I have all of the symptoms. I did not know what the symptoms were until after I tested positive on the Lyme screen. ... (2 replies)
... Your Western Blot has many significant Lyme bands. I highly recommend that you see a Lyme knowledgeable doctor. ... (6 replies)
... Melissa, She was positive by IGM Western Blot, Did it say positive by CDC and Igenex? ... (4 replies)
... the ID dr noticed I had a positive spinal tap to Lyme that was not noticed in my last round of tests and sent me to a diff ID dr for full treatment. ... (3 replies)
... you need 2 of 3 specific band numbers to be present for almost any regular pcp to treat you with antibiotics for 6 weeks or more. ... (5 replies)
... Hi again JP76, Here is a breakdown of the Western Blot bands. Posted on this site from a wonderfull lady by the name of Ticker. Find your bands. From what I see you have a case of Lyme disease. ... (5 replies)
... No test for Lyme is completely reliable. Many people who have Lyme test negative. On thOn the Western Blot, the CDC requires a large number of bands to show for it to be considered positive, yet many people who have Lyme do not have this many bands show. ... (19 replies)
Thank You Ticker
Mar 13, 2007
... Hi serinity. The IgM tests for a more recent infection, the IgG a longer standing infection. Below is the breakdown of the Western Blot bands: 9 cross-reactive for Borrellia 12 specific for Bb 18 unknown 20 cross-reactive for Borrellia 21 unknown 22 specific for Bb, probably really the 23/25 band 23-25 outer surface protein C (OspC), specific for Bb 28 unknown (6 replies)
... I hope this post finds you all enjoying the blossoming spring. I never remember a tick bite. My rash comes and goes (no bulls eye and is itchy) and my knee joint pain has never returned after the winter of 2003-2004. My neuro symptoms are disabling: feel 'drunk' every minute of each day, I don't behave like I used to and I have no sense of balance. Due to the doctors... (0 replies)
... However if you had a Western Blot done at a junk lab, please still glance at the result. Why? ... (11 replies)
... IgM, Western Blot. My CRP levels are three times elevated. I'm just so tired and achey. Mayo suggested I see an acupuncturist to jump start my immune system. ... (4 replies)
... Hi moneymunger. What lab did your Western Blot? ... (3 replies)
... As you can see from Quest Labs there were many more "reactive" IGG bands compared to the IGenex results. However, there are several more "reactive" IGM band results from IGenex. I am seeing a LLMD in January and hope to get a better understanding of the lab results. ... (11 replies)


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