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... nobody found it. I never thought of the lyme since they sd the test was ok. ... (2 replies)
... Band 41 is of concern, but isn't even an Igenex positive result. I'm under the impression that antibodies can take some time to build up, but I don't know exactly how long... ... (12 replies)
... Ticker, Melissa's daughter has been tested by Igenex and is seeing Dr. Cichon in Tampa, he said that she does have LD, but the primary will not agree to the IV treatment. And the ID doc says she does not have LD. That's where the confusion comes in. sarah (4 replies)

... Band 41 is often the first to show. The IgM tests for a more recent infection, the IgG a longer standing one. 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. ... (4 replies)
... H Ticker....Yes I did a couple of times...and no postive ever came out...think I had it far tooo long for it to show up as a positive...but I had bands....and the doctors told me that I didn't have it according to the CDC... ... (9 replies)
... I am not seeing one yet. I am located in Northeast PA. I don't even know where to start to find one. ... (6 replies)
... I switched my appt. I am "probable" as far as Lyme Disease goes. ... (3 replies)
... Thanks for the info on the tests, I'm going to forward them to my doctor. ... (14 replies)
... No Lyme test is completely reliable, and results can vary by lab. It is important to be tested by a Lyme lab such as IgeneX in Palo Alto, CA. They use more sensitive testing and list more bands on the Western Blot. ... (5 replies)
... Let me add my two cents. I have had EXACTLY all of the symptoms you described since the beginning of September. I live in CT, a lyme hot bed. I never saw a tick, or a bite or a rash. ... (2 replies)
... least I know what to look for. Nothing that I have read has supported the sexual transmission aspect, but it does make sense. Oh how that would change the way Lyme is viewed and treated if they could prove it. Many don't believe in inutero transmission as well unless the mother has contracted Lyme while pregnant. ... (11 replies)
... I have recently been diagnosed with Chronic Late Stage Lyme per Dr. ... (24 replies)
... Hi Kelly. Often infectious disease doctors are not the best to see for Lyme. Not to say the one you see will not be knowledgeable, but be prepared in case. ... (121 replies)
... Yes, especially since most dr's. are like there is no evidence of lyme and want you to drop the issue. ... (20 replies)
... Thank you for your response to Jorgen. I have asked similar questions but probably not in the right way because I never got a good answer. ... (6 replies)
... I have been reading this board for over a month, was treated for lyme disease with doxycycline for five weeks and have had most of the symptoms you all describe for lyme disease on these boards. ... (2 replies)
Nov 1, 2007
... Hi Topsy123 and thanks for posting this topic. ... (16 replies)
... Can Lyme symptoms go into remission for decades? ... (6 replies)
... anxiety, depression, stress, etc...of which I have NONE of...I discovered Lyme Disease. I asked my Dr to run the Labs thru Igenex and got back one positive band and one indeterminate...I convinced a Dr that this was noteworthy and went on a year of abx...amox 1 gram 3x a day. I took this for 11 months. ... (0 replies)
... infection. I am taking 500mg of Levaquin right now since I tolerated that one the best. I have high liver enzymes so we agred that we need to be careful. ... (19 replies)

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