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lucy1336
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I have posted before, I saw a dr thought was a llmd he did not send blood to igenex, i had only 41 and NOTHING else expect a postive Elisa which my current legit LLMD didn't seem that impressed with

So new LLMD sent to igenex and still saying negative but I pulled on IGM: 23-25 + , 31-IND, 41-IND on IGG only 31-IND, 39-IND, 41+++

My adernals and cortisols are so low couldn't even pull readings, so he has me doing some other, calmer therapies at moment...

I am just curious if you educated folks think a LLMD ( of course with my whole medical picture and history ), feel this is compelling enough to treat.

And should I feel confident enough in these results, I really want to but I want my energy and efforts to be in going after the right illness.

He didn't test to all co-infe's but pulled for the phen infection one , but I think most even healthy people do too.

thanks

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GretaM
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Except for 41, your bands look to be lyme specific.

I would say that an LLMD would treat based on symptoms health history and those bands.

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thanks for the quick reply ... i just want to make sure I'm not barking up the wrong tree.
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Hi Lucy,

Based on my own experience, I definitely think you are on the right track. This is similar to my test results showed as well.

I tested positive for Bands 41 and 58 in 2006... but since this is CDC negative, I went untreated for 7 years.

I finally saw a LLNP last fall and was tested again.... this time only Band 23 was positive. But, I also tested positive for mycoplasma, RMSP, and bartonella. I was skeptical as first as well but knowing I had co-infections made me more confident knowing I was on the right path.

Best of luck to you!

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Yes, it is positive.
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