You are very welcome! The test results are not clear cut meaning it's not either 100% positive or 100% negative though in my case, I was alllllll the way positive. There are false negatives, false positives.
Have you read the Sticky Thread on top called "New to Lyme? Start Here!" as it explains the bands and what they mean. Lyme is also a clinical diagnosis as many lyme literate doctors will diagnose a person just by their symptoms. Yeah, I know, can get confusing..
Just from my own personal experience with helping many people I think since they had a ? lyme from your first biopsy you most likely have lyme.
Your best bet is to get tested by IgeneX and see a Lyme Literate Medical Doctor (LLMD). Please keep in mind that lyme is very treatable! I sense your scared which is normal, I didn't ask to get infected but I did and I became better. This may not make much sense to you but my getting sick taught me so much about myself, I learned a healthier way of living (prior to lyme I ate junk, didn't exercise, never knew about detoxing, and so much more). I am a much healthier person today all because I became infected with lyme. Yeah, sounds really kooky but it's the truth.
I copied the bands below from the Sticky Thread on top:
Western Blot Bands description:
9 cross-reactive for Borrellia
12 specific for Bb
20 cross-reactive for Borrellia
22 specific for Bb, probably really the 23/25 band
23-25 outer surface protein C (OspC), specific for Bb
30 unknown; probably an outer surface protein; common in European and
one California strain
31 outer surface protein A (OspA), specific for Bb
34 outer surface protein B (OspB); specific for Bb
35 specific for Bb
37 specific for Bb
38 cross-reactive for Bb
39 is a major protein of Bb flagellin; specific for Bb
41 flagellin protein of all spirochetes; this is usually the first to appear after a Bb infection and is specific for all Borrellia
45 cross-reactive for all Borellia (sometimes people with Lyme who have
this band positive also have the co-infection Ehrlichiosis)
50 cross-reactive for all Borrellia
55 cross-reactive for all Borrellia
57 cross-reactive for all Borrellia
58 unknown but may be a heat-shock Bb protein
60 cross reactive for all Borrellia
66 cross-reactive for all Borrelia, common in all bacteria
83 specific antigen for the Lyme bacterium, probably a cytoplasmic membrane
93 unknown, probably the same protein in band 83, just migrates differently in some patients
Please get tested by IgeneX so at least you know but remember that no lyme test including IgeneX is 100% accurate though they come pretty close.
Maybe some others will post about their IgeneX test results and explain the Western Blot better.
Hope this helps,