So my LLMD who I started seeing last month just got back my results from the tests sent to Stony Brook and LabCorp. My Western Blot is negative, and my CD57 is a 31. All co-infections negative. Clinically, she says she does not think it is Lyme so we are treating my other problems first (Leaky Gut, Candida).
Stony Brook Western Blot:
41, 18, 20, 93
ANA screen- positive
Iron, Magnesium, Vitamin D- deficient
C3a, C4a- normal/within range
She says she doesn't think it's Lyme because all her Lyme patients have elevated C3a/C4a. However, I am concerned about the extremely low CD57. Is there something else besides Lyme that could cause this? She hasn't entirely ruled it out because she says the CD57 and the bands that were positive (93) worry her, but we aren't going to try to treat it yet. What do you all think? (I had a previously positive Western Blot from January, which is what brought me to her)
Post Edited (sarahm620) : 5/30/2014 11:57:09 AM (GMT-6)