I think most on this forum would agree that if you had a positive or ind repsonse on your western blot for a Lyme specific band, the Lyme connection needs to be checked out.
Do you have a copy of your labs? Is your chlamydia pneumonia (Cpn) a chronic infection with elevated IgA?
I have both Lyme and chronic Cpn infections. The Cpn is another bacteria that has three life forums. A "free" form, a form where it enters your cells so it can hide from antibiotics (and rob your energy from within your cells) and a cyst forum. It needs a combination of antibiotics to fight all the three phases. The meds are more like TB meds. Flagyl is effective as a cyst buster for Cpn just like it is for Lyme.
In it's chronic form, Cpn is very difficult to get rid of. It took me a while to find the info so I'm going to "over-information" you so at least you'll have to info if you want to research it. Cpn is associated with chronic fatigue, fibro, hardening of the arteries, Alzheimer's, and I think IBS.
Here is a web site that has good info on Cpn and its treatment:
and an interesting article that I found:
Hope this helps. Are you out of energy all the time?
Lyme, anxitey, depression, chronic C. Pnuemoniae
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