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lyme in Putnam
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I've been told by many not to waste mt money by testing go by symptoms, once you've been exposed you have it. What about confections igenix. Have appt oday and don't know besides for Lyme what to test for or to test. Know I have had Bart hensalae and Quintana.

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Jamers
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Igenex worked for my Lyme and Babesia Duncani when other labs did not pick them up.

I'd recommend B. duncani, and B. Microti. and since you know you have Bart that wouldn't be necessary. Maybe Erlichia(Misspelled) too?

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I wish I would have held the money. I don't know what made me think some blood tests years later would find anti-bodies in them tubes.

I had the whole spectrum ran recently with Igenex. All negative. I believe the mutation has changed them all so much over the years and they would need to go deeper into me to find these bad guys.

So I'm just going after the ones my body and my brain knows is buried somewhere in my being.

Use the money to treat what you & dr know based on sx.

Pam

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I had one of my kids tested for babesia thru Igenix. Close to $500. I wanted to make sure we did not have to treat. She did not have symptoms, but she does/did have lyme, strep and mycoplasma.

She also did energetic testing which did not show a current infection.

If you have symptoms, then, IMO, I would treat and not bother with the blood tests.

From what I've heard, Bartonella is extremely hard to pick up whether Igenix or energetic testing. Again, it takes an LLMD to determine whether this is a problem or not.

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Do a trial run of meds for each co .. very simple if you have a willing LLMD.

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