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... No, I don't think I've been reported to the Health Dept. Maybe only those meeting CDC criteria for Lyme are reported? ... (10 replies)
... I decided to get some doxycycline anyway so I could and try. One doc prescribed me a month at 200mg b.i.d. Within a week the headaches were gone. After 2 weeks when I saw an LLMD I doubled the dose. A few days later and my strange eczema looking rash dissapeared. ... (30 replies)
... I just received my test results and will not be seeing my doctor for the next two weeks. Kind of leaving me paranoid about what is going on with me. ... (1 replies)

... t and never returned again. I was very displeased with this gentleman. If you read my above post, you will note that on my first visit he was intent of finding Lyme DNA in my blood or urine through PCR testing and was going to keep doing it every 2 weeks until they showed up positive. ... (7 replies)
... Hi datgrlstef. I am sorry your child has Autism. Maybe you could have your children tested with the IgeneX Western Blot as a start? ... (10 replies)
... I've heard that after initial infection that it can take several weeks before it is detectable in the blood test. It does make a big difference which lab you use. ... (3 replies)
... Don't waste your time with quest. Go to igenex. They're the best. But as the others said, you may have lyme and not show it on the test results. Mine from igenex were all indeterminate. ... (9 replies)
Got results today
Apr 10, 2005
... I found this article that explains the Western Blot. It is a bit technical and long but I hope it helps. I had to post in two parts as it was too long. ... (16 replies)
... One more thing...Blackant5...a negative Western blot doesn't necessarily mean that you don't have lyme. What band was reactive on your original Western Blot? ... (8 replies)
LLMD - Use Caution
Feb 11, 2012
... I'm in the process of trying to track down the cause of my chronic medical problems. ... (3 replies)
... so 3 years ago i got pretty sick after i had knee surgery. was 23 years old at the time and i got vertigo problems and such, as well as lots of food allergies, thyroid problems, that i've had since. ... (4 replies)
In the South?
Apr 28, 2007
... tier testing for the Lyme determined in the Deerborn Conference, the ELISA 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. ... (32 replies)
... It is extremely hard to culture Lyme bacteria and this is not commercially feasible. Lyme bacteria are what is known as "sparse" and "fastidious". ... (1 replies)
... Hi Reactive, welcome to the board! ... (2 replies)
... Lyme disease is prevalent across the United States. Ticks do not know geographic boundaries. ... (0 replies)
... Every morning I woke and throughout the day I sounded like I was put together with sticks lol I don't think there wasn't a joint that didn't crack on me, from my neck to shoulders, fingers, toes, hips, ankles, heck I could crack my knees if I turned sideways keeping my foot planted. ... (3 replies)
... Hello JP76, Welcome to the board. You will get some relief chatting with others in the same boat as yourself. To answer your post Lyme effects every individual in different ways. ... (5 replies)
... proper testing and clinical observations. Furthermore, treatment by antibiotics often results in a particular reaction called Herxheimer which is also taken as a positive diagnostic indicator... ... (6 replies)
... Hi JP. No Lyme test is completely reliable. ... (9 replies)
... and he gave me back the test results. I'm from Canada and the ministry of health of Ontario said on their laboratory report that the results were interpreted to be negative. ... (2 replies)

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