It appears you have not yet Signed Up with our community. To Sign Up for free, please click here....

Message Board

Lyme Disease Board Index
Pages: 1 ... 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 ... 50Showing 221 - 240 of 1000 for positive igenex. (0.042 seconds)

IgeneX tests
Mar 26, 2006
... bacteria, viruses, vaccines etc., IgG shows up later and shows that your body has recognized the initial infection. Your IgG on anything can be positive for the rest of your life. ... (15 replies)
IgeneX tests
Mar 26, 2006
... isnt it possible to have both positive if you have been infected on 2 seperate occasions with a time difference.? ... (15 replies)
IgeneX results
Mar 16, 2006
... mportant one, i have 2 positives, but doctor cameron told me that 40 percent of peolple withouot lyme has it positive,45 i dont know, but i do have a 93 which is positive that means is there for a while, your in negative, i am thinking maybe yours is not chronic, since 93 means would be sooo lucky if thats the case! ... (5 replies)

... Goldings in Dallas in late October. She is the only LLMD I could find that accepts my insurance. I tested positive on the Igenex IgG and "inconclusive" on IgM, which had positive bands as well. My ELISA was originally negative but showed something, which is what made me suspicious. ... (10 replies)
... read my IgeneX Western Blot results and I am positive. ... (4 replies)
... Husband equivocal lyme Good friend positive lyme, wife negative everything Mom positive lyme Me positive lyme, babesia (3 replies)
... I'm currently seeing a alternitive MD. He did know enough to have my test done at IGeneX and says he has a plan. But I'm a little hesitant without getting some more info. ... (2 replies)
... I don't know why you are questioning these results. You are positive with both CDC and NYC. You are "Positive" for Lyme disease and also Babesia. You need to seek treatment with an LLMD ASAP! ... (4 replies)
... What's important are your western blot results. That's your bands 41, 39, and 51, etc. You have only 3 bands positive on both IgG and IgM, and 41 isn't usually significant in itself because it's very common in the general population. ... (5 replies)
... One question I have is why the IgM was positive when I've had symptoms of disease for over two years... wouldn't IgG be positive in that case, as IgM is a sign of a new infection? ... (3 replies)
... supplements the last test I had through Igenex was positive. But of course not the CDC. From what I have read the CDC uses these bands to as markers. To see what strains are where. ... (1 replies)
... Hi folks: Here's my story. I'm hoping you can shed some light on my situation. For the past 12 weeks I've been feeling unwell with inner-ear like symptoms. Dizziness, fishbowl vision, full ears, tinnitus, etc. ENT diagnosed me as having Labyrinthitis. Week 4-7 were hell...I was very nauseous. TOday, I'm a bit is better and balance too. My doc's did... (0 replies)
... Kdel, Sent you private message, also remember that their are co-infections as well such as Rickettesia, Babesia, etc. I had the horrible knee pains yet tested negative for Lyme yet positive for Babesia so make sure you have the doctor order the Master co-infection panel if you go with Igenex testing lab, if not, regardless don't let the doctor pass by the co-infections... (7 replies)
... Hi K2626, from what I have seen on this board. You have those two bands that are positive, then you have the IND....from what i have read those are as good as a positive. This wouild mean you have Lyme. It would do you good to go to a Lyme Literate Medical Doctor. And get on the right medications. Have you tried posting for a LLMD in your area? You may have to travel... (15 replies)
... I think the IND means indeterminate. Which means maybe they saw something in the middle. Not neccessarily positive or negative for that particular band. ... (15 replies)
... CDC-positive is 1) very hard to get, and 2) worthless, since they devised those criteria for their tracking purposes - they even said they were NOT to be used for diagnosis. Don't let a lazy medical profession tell you that you aren't positive and here you go, take an anti-depressant (which did happen to me). I dealt with that crap for nearly 3 years until I found a Lyme doc.... (13 replies)
... f months because I was not getting results, he thought I had I might have MS. After 4 months, I found a holistic Dr. who did a lyme western blot which game back positive for one band of lyme. She put me on doxycycline, I started feeling better after each herx, but it was slow. ... (24 replies)
... I'm glad to have found this forum, there is definately some knowledgable people out there. my family has been plagued with lyme, and I've immersed myself in learning about it-but I have a situation that has me very worried. My 7 year old daughter was diagnosed w/ lyme one year ago. when the amoxycillin failed, we were told it was because she didn't actually have lyme and we... (7 replies)
... There is no completely reliable test for Lyme. A knowledgeable doctor knows this. Many people who have Lyme do not test positive. You have a positive test and symptoms. You need to be treated. ... (0 replies)
... itself inside normal cells and the immune system is not aware that it is there. In some cases, a negative Western Blot will turn positive during intensive LD antibiotic treatment. ... (17 replies)

Associated Tags: blood work, cd57, igenex results, lyme, lyme disease

Pages: 1 ... 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 ... 50

All times are GMT -7. The time now is 09:59 AM.

© 2021 MH Sub I, LLC dba Internet Brands. All rights reserved.
Do not copy or redistribute in any form!