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... lyme matches as i stated in another post my Neurologist started me on doxy, what he didnt say is when i was in the hospital with meningitis in february i tested positive for Epstein barr virus with an 8.0 on a .8 or higher scale. ... (3 replies)
... I wish that doctors would just stop doing the 'tests'. They don't proove anything. I just wish that doctors knew more about this illness and were more sensitive. Lyme Disease is such a common disease, yet not a lot is known by doctors. ... (21 replies)
... If Igenex says "positive" then it's a positive and you should seek treatment with an LLMD soon. ... (4 replies)

... s we try and go back and see who had what symptoms and when but too hard plus my brain does not work like that at the moment. He was tested through the standard lyme western blot and it came back negative. Dr. ... (27 replies)
... I live in the Northeast, where Lyme is big, and in previous summers I have gone hiking in the nature refuge behind my house in shorts and no tick spray. ... (54 replies)
... Just wanted to say yes dear you can have a negative lyme test through ANY of the labs and still have Lyme...This is why you need a doctor that soley goes on symptoms... ... (21 replies)
... Even if you were tested previously, I suggest getting tested again. Sometimes people are negative initially and positive later. ... (12 replies)
... specially since you have been seeing some positives from it spedaks volusmes. maybe at the end of the 6 montsh you can retest and it will finally be positive! then you can begin the battle of the beaches with a whole battilion at your back to fight the little buggers! ... (8 replies)
... I thought the same thing, then got rested and western blot came positive... my problem is they waited 3 years to retest me. I would get retested soon. ... (1 replies)
... so I test positive in IGG for 39 and 41. ... (10 replies)
C pneumoniae
Nov 24, 2004
... m concerned. My friend has lyme by igenex standards shes actually only missing the cdc diagnosis by one band which is equivocal instead of positive. ... (2 replies)
... s now on IV antibiotics and is finally seeing some improvement. She had no idea she was bit and we don't even know how long ago it may have been. The tests for Lyme are notoriously inaccurate. She was tested many times and they came back negative. Her doctor ran a test through a lab in California called IGENEX. ... (6 replies)
... positive per the 2nd conference on Lyme Disease, Dearborn, Mi., 1994. ... (42 replies)
... As things got worse my main Lyme Disease symptoms were neurological and cardiac in nature. Symptoms kept getting worse, went to a GP. First possible dx was ALS. Very worried. ... (6 replies)
Lyme disease
Jan 17, 2008
... negative, I am negative for Rhematoid arth, neg for MS, neg for lupus and negative for many things. ... (1 replies)
LYME DISEASE
Jan 17, 2008
... negative, I am negative for Rhematoid arth, neg for MS, neg for lupus and negative for many things. ... (3 replies)
... I too have the same result, with 23, 39, and 41 positive on the IgM. The IgG only has one band positive, 39. These test results were shared with me this week and are the results of my third western blot. ... (5 replies)
... HI All, My first lyme test in June09 came back as; Lyme AB 1.23 (positive) Overall IGG and IGM (WB) - negative IgG 41 KDa Band reactive/positive (WB) (3 replies)
... My symptoms then started with cold feet and lower legs and just feeling generally grotty. ... (2 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)




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