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cantgiveupyet
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Strep , strep everywhere.

I have high strep titre of 260, normal is <200.

i did do a search on here and have found more then a few posts about this.

has anyone treated this and been cured?

Strep has also been found in a stool culture wat great smokies....and a urine culture i sent to a lab that cultures for more then 2 days.

I really am hoping that once i start treatment for this that some of my symptoms go away.

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cantgiveupyet
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AM I the only oddball with this?

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"Thus the task is, not so much to see what no one has seen yet,
But to think what nobody has thought yet, About what everybody sees."

-Schopenhauer

pos babs, bart, igenex WB igm/igg

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HollyS
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I know this is an old thread but I thought I would share.

My ASO Titre has been between 500-700 for the last couple of years. Currently it is in the 400s.

This is the reason I was diagnosed with Rheumatic Fever even though my Lyme WB was positive.

One year later the ID Dr. told me my ASO will always be high because I an a strep carrier.

Then goes on to say...hmmm....I don't understand why you keep getting RF (recurring symptoms). This isn't normal. You must have a deficiency in your immune system.

Geesh.....

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seekhelp
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I have the same issue cantgiveupyet. My titer is where yours is. My ID doc treated with Clindamcyin for 10 days, but it didn't take the titer down. I don't know what an elevated ASO titer truly means. 99% of regular docs as always cared less when I told them and their eyes glazed.

Maybe it's nothing....SOS.

Cured? Who the hell knows when you supposedly have Bb, Babs, Bart, EBV, and whatever other guesses. lol

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sutherngrl
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My LLMD diagnosed me with systemic strep at the same time I was diagnosed with LD.

I don't know how high my titres were and don't know if it is gone or not.

Something is not gone!

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hoot
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Do a search for what people are using for biofilm. I know there was a discussion on this before. Sometimes you can't get rid of the strep without doing a biofilm protocol.

hoot

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Pinelady
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I think its like everything else with Lymies we

need more research results. You know to say all

test pos. for somethings would be saying the test

is useless. Lost dollars.

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unable to identify.Igenex Jan.09IFA titer 1:40 IND
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