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I've read some old threads on IGeneX Lyme Western Blot, so I know that only some bands are specific for Lyme. However in viewing DS's results, I was surprised that IGeneX does not count any indeterminate bands, though many LLMDs seem to. What's the reason for / against? Can someone help explain whether DS does or does not have Lyme and/or babesiosis? Borrreliosis Western Blot bands: (I mark in RED the bands IGeneX states are specific for Lyme) 18 23-25 28 30 31 34 39 41 45 58 66 83-93 IgM - - - - I - - I -
Hi. New and overwhelmed. My 4.5 YO had a sudden onset of motor and vocal tics, adhd, clumsiness, OCD, sensory stuff, sleep disturbances, tantrums after falling sick with a cough/fever Dec 2015. Pediatrician suspected PANDAS and started him on Cefdinir however ASO/DNASE negative. Symptoms improved 50% in a month however new symptoms kept emerging. We saw Dr B who ran more tests and diagnosed PANS with borderline Lyme. See Igenex and Galaxy results below. Started on Azith, Cefdinir and Malarone last week. We are seeing an increase in some symptoms (herx?) while others are in check. In hinds
I want to do the Igenex co-infections panel on DS, who tested positive for Lyme a few months ago, but he is on two abx currently (plus some natural antimicrobials and a host of supplements). I don't want to risk taking him off abx because he is doing well on them right now, but if he is taking them, will that mess up the results of the testing? He is on Augmentin and Biaxin which I do not believe are used to treat babesia or bart. What about the other co-infections? I can't find any info on the Igenex website about how abx affect the test results. Help please?