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karaokegayle
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   Posted 5/15/2008 7:38 PM (GMT -7)   
redface  Help
 
 I'm not myself, I feel like I'm wearing a 600 pond body suite and I can bearly get myself to the bathroom.
 
My test results were EBV Ab VCA, IgM 21
                              EBV Early ANt. Ab, IgG 285
                              EBV Ab ACA IgG 2406
                              EBV Nuclar ANt. Ab IgG 942
 
WHat deas that mean I've been sick now for 4 weeks and now they say I need a Western Blot not sure what that is.
 
All I know is I can't feel my feet or hands, Shortness of breath, Cluster migrains, not clear thinking, sweets and horalble cramps.
 
ANy one know what this is or have the same problem.

ktp812
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Date Joined Jul 2007
Total Posts : 715
   Posted 5/16/2008 5:54 AM (GMT -7)   
A Western Blot is a blood test done for Lyme Disease. Usually it is sent to a lab in California called IgeneX. They test for 14 different bands on the IgG which means recent infection and IgM which is past infection. There are 6 Lyme specific bands and if they show up with a + then you have been exposed to Lyme. That is how I found out I had Lyme after 2 years of the doctors telling me there was nothing wrong with me! Any other questions I will be happy to answer them.
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