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wenan
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Hi, I am new to this process but I have some

questions for anyone out there. My lyme results

came back "indeterminate" (Igenex) but my doctor

feels pretty strongly that I have lyme. I am

feeling better - very, very ill for two months,

nausea, headaches, incredible fatigue, aches

pains, anxiety and depression - but the last two

days my symptoms seem to have come back on a much

milder scale - pins and needles in my face and

hands, fatigue, anxiety, bone pain. My questions

are - 1. are there those of you out there who have

been treated for lyme without the lab tests

showing it 2. are there those out there who have

used alternative treatments to antibiotics (I am

not able to tolerate -liver issues, allergies,

etc.) and were they successful 3. has anyone used

voiceprints or allergy alternative @lymefree.com

and did you have any success.Thanks for being out

there!

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5dana8
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1 yes. One band shy of CDC positive.

CDC positive doesn't mean much. What is important are what bands light up-

Reasons why you can have lyme & test negative or indeterminate:

http://www.anapsid.org/lyme/lymeseroneg.html

Keep in mind that lyme can wax & wane on its own. And stress & other triggers can bring it out also.

2- I am not sure weather rife could have brought me back from the lyme abyss I was in. I had 3 years of traditional abx treatments ect..., Have been doing rife for 7 months & feel it helps to some degree. I do think supps have helped as an add on for many years. And detox as well.

3-sorry haven't that the voice prints at allergy allternative

thought to leave you with tincups thread:

http://flash.lymenet.org/ubb/Forum1/HTML/008359.html

good luck & hope you can feel better soon
blessings,
Dana

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Lymetoo
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I was not CDC positive either. I've had this so long that my immune system could not register an adequate response to the WB.

You might want to look into a Rife machine.

www.lymebook.com

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