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hoot
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Hi! [hi]
I am new to this group. I have a son (10) that was unvaccinated and regressed into autism--he did seem to have many lyme or mold or metal toxicity symptoms while regressing. Not sure if it was lyme/co-infection related, heavy metals (lead???) or mold. Any and all are possibilities. My son has been using a biomedical approach for autism and had some minor gains. He is still affected.

IgeneX results are negative but he has many positive bands. I know that if he was seen by a LLMD he would be treated for lyme. His full Fry panel was negative but the smear showed hemobartonella or mycoplasma.

His HLA typing is 11-3-52B and 1-5. I know this is not good.

So...

==what are his chances of making any progress with his HLA being like this? I am starting him on the Zhang herbs in a few days along with mega-doses of charcoal to mop up the biotoxins.

==Does multiple cavities have anything to do with having lyme/co-infections?

==Other than autism, developmental delays, bad teeth and multiple food allergies, my son does not have sickness, pain, etc. Any thoughts on this?

Wish me luck on getting a good herx out of him. At least I will know I am on the right track in treating him...

Jennifer (mom to Jake)

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I forgot to add a few things...

==CD57 80, 2%
==IgE, totoal 3850 (ref 0-78)...UGH!
==C4a (done by the "wrong" lab) 500
==NK cells 155, 3.7% (low in %)
==some CBC abnormals (WBC high, Eos high,lymphs high)

Any thoughts appreciated.

Jennifer

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From what I understand, the low CD-57 means that there is almost certainly infected with Borrelia in addition to the Fry "mystery bug."
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Then Adamm, why is normal range 60-360? So many say a 50, 40, 60 means Lyme. I'm lost there. My score is 54, but it doesn't make sense. It 'normal-non-Lyme' is 200, why does LabCorp show 60 as normal?

Something doesn't smell right at times about people's interpretation here.

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I wonder that as well. I see that my son is in the normal range but then I research in relation to lyme and the LLMDs say too low. That is why I am not sure my son has lyme, co-infections and/or biotoxin illness. He does have the genes to have both but the labs are not definitive in my book.

Very confused so doing a "diagnostic treatment" using the Zhang herbs to see if I can stir something up. This will convince me that he has it.

Jennifer

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