Chlamydophila Pneumoniae/Babesia Microti Results for

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therearemiracles
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   Posted 10/27/2009 2:20 PM (GMT -6)   
my results were for the chylamydophila pneuonia (past infection)were IgG <1:64, IgA <1:16, IgM <1:10 indicates I may have infection. The Babesai Microti rages were IgG <1:16, IgM <1:20 says:elevated antibody levels to B. Microti indicated exporsure to the orgaisn. Human babesiosis infection is transmitted by the bite of an infected ixodes tock or less frequently from transfustion of blood from infected donor. (I have not had a blood transfusion) I can't make heads or tales of these results but my doc went from saying last week I possibly have chronic Lyme's to now saying yesterday I don't because I didn't respond to Cat's Claw. That's what he based it on, that I wasn't getting better with Cat's Claw over the past week. Is this weird?
My Lyme Disease Antibiotics non-reactive. It says if you have 5 or more of 10 significant bands you are considered positive for specific anitibody B. Burgdorferi. I was told I only have two bands. The reactive band was 41 KD (IGG) Bank "reactive" it says Negitive for Lyme Disease AN (IGG) WB. I'm so confused by all of this.
Any comments on this information, anything will be helpful.
 
Thank you,
Very mild left sided (could have fooled me with the "mild")  UC. Started and stopped LDN ON 1/25/09 to mid May no improvements. Supplements: Probiotics, multi, iron, caprlic acid,  trying a new peptid replacement therapy, started Lialda on 8/31/09. Getting IV of vitamins and minerals for 12 weeks. I take lomotil as needed.


CajunGrl
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   Posted 10/28/2009 6:10 AM (GMT -6)   
therearemiracles,

If you had past exposure to babesia, it is very likely that you have Lyme Disease. You will NOT experience any significant changes on cats claw in as little as a week. You really need to find an LLMD to get treated. Not many regular doctors know or understand how to treat Lyme or co-infections.

In 2007, I was told that I had Lyme Disease. It was hard for me to except because I only had a few symptoms and I was functioning. I decided not to treat. It is now 2009 and most days I can barely walk. I'm either stuck on my sofa or in my bed. The excruitiating pain started at the beginning of this year....all of a sudden. The end of last year, I could barely bend my fingers. I'm not trying to scare you but you need to know this. You
need to know how fast this disease can progress with no notice. Please
find a Lyme Literate Medical Doctor to rule Lyme in or out.

You can email our long time member Ticker and ask her for an LLMD in
your area. Sometimes you have to travel but it is worth it. Here is her
email: ko_@bellsouth.net or email stephanie@turnthecorner.org
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therearemiracles
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   Posted 10/28/2009 7:33 AM (GMT -6)   
Thank you for your response. I do have an appt with a Michigan LLMD in December. I just hate reading some of his reviews on the internet, there seems to be more negitive than positive. I'm still going to check him out though, he has Lyme's too from what the nurse said. I'm going to continue Cats Claw, I'm on Allicin, I'm on a strong antifungal since there was a lot in my stool, and eating yeast free. Thank You I will keep you posted.
Very mild left sided (could have fooled me with the "mild")  UC. Started and stopped LDN ON 1/25/09 to mid May no improvements. Supplements: Probiotics, multi, iron, caprlic acid,  trying a new peptid replacement therapy, started Lialda on 8/31/09. Getting IV of vitamins and minerals for 12 weeks. I take lomotil as needed.

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