Getting results from Igenex

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springsjean
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   Posted 4/7/2009 2:43 PM (GMT -6)   
Does anyone know if Igenex will release results directly to me while waiting 4 weeks to go back to dr.?  I have been at least 3 possibly 4 years undiagnosed because of labwork which I was not privy to by a doctor.  I don't want to wait a month to get results.  I'd like to have them in hand while awaiting the apt. so I can be prepared with my questions regarding further treatment.  I'm not so sure about the llmd I have chosen.  As it is, he hasn't explained anything to me so I'd sure like to be able to have the appropriate questions ready.  Thanks a lot. 

ticker
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   Posted 4/7/2009 5:10 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi springsjean.  I believe IgeneX will send results only to a doctor.  When did you have the tests done?  It typically takes about three weeks to get the results.

springsjean
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   Posted 4/7/2009 5:34 PM (GMT -6)   
Ok thanks just went last tuesday but kind of would have liked to know what I'm looking at before I go back to dr. which is in 3 weeks but I guess I won't. Also, can you give me a clue as to what the next step probably is. Looks like I have had for at least 3 years. Everyone seems to think IV antibiotics. What does that entail? Do I have a port surgically put in and then then wear an IV bag or only at nite? Will I have further tests as to cardiac, brain, etc. or no? I know I'm jumping the gun but after three horrific years I'm ready to go full speed ahead. I also sent you an email (hope ok) as to how to find out if llmd I found is "good". He just didn't seem to take a lot of time with me and didn't explain much. Thanks so much for your help. It has taken me a lot of different forums (menopause, thyroid, anxiety) to get the answers I need but that's usually where I got the ones I needed. Thanks again.
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