Thanks, CG. He started me on 3500 mgs Amox for the lyme. And he gave me a list of some natural stuff to order online for the viruses. He did not diagnose them, he didn't seem to know what my numbers meant.
I don't know why he didn't start on the babesia, that is why I'm questioning here. He ordered a bunch more tests, including another one for Babs, which I am not going to be able to get done at this time because he's already cost me more than I have.
I called him about the Babs, left a message. Another reason I can't keep going to this Dr. He does not return calls or emails, even tho I've paid him cash out of my pocket.
I'm trying to hold out to get into another Dr, and hoping the Amox helps until that time. At least I'm not really geting sicker in the meantime. Sometimes my brain stuff gets a lot worse for a period, same for that God awful depression -- it hits and then I go to the pits. Some of the pain is flaring on and off. The fatigue MAY be slightly improved. So, maybe I'm experiencing a little herxing and maybe the Amox is helping, we will see.
I've just gotta get in to another Dr. I would assume and hope that as the lyme gets better, maybe my body will be better able to fight the viruses, but I don't know. (I know it won't help the babs)
Meantime, I'd hoped someone on here could help with the lab numbers on the babs and the viruses. I'd really like to know if the high numbers mean I have these chronic infections or possibly indicated past infections? (if anyone can, please see the original question)
Surely there are more of you out there w/ these kinds of lab results?
Bit 1972: Acute and chronic tonsillitis, UTI, miscarraige, appendicitis, hypoglycemia, chronic neck pain w/ crushed vertibrae, chronic severe back pain, mitral valve prolapse, depression, resolution?