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Okay my son has been on orals ABX for 3 years and left without treatment for 2 years he recently developed cysts or boils popping up everywhere. I asked the MD about this (MD is not apposed to hearing LYME) and told him about him having late stage Lyme and not being under care. I was concerned about the boils and he also had sty's a number of times prior to the boils popping up.

He had no results on the western ( of course) never has since Dr. J. ran them but he had enough history and symptoms to warrant ABX treatment protocol.

HE did have elevated liver enzymes. I asked if they would re-run them, well they never did, but MD made the comment on it could be a lab error... so I asked that they re-run it to rule out a lab error of course I don't want my son to have permanent liver damage due to neglect..
I will get milk thistle today in order tohelp heal the liver issue but the immunoglobulin is now a concern,, they can not tell me why his was developing the boils

ANYONE HERE please help me out ..

this child has been ill since birth and I am not happy with the lack of understanding or concern on any MD who has been overseeing him .. his father died at age 42 found to have high levels of BB in his body on autopsy..and he had hypogammagobulin anemia as a child so is this what my son now has.. or is it something else.. he is now 19..

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