Well, you certainly do have Lyme.
Here is the site that I use to help interpret them:www.oocities.org/hotsprings/oasis/6455/western-blot.txt
You can go there to find supporting Pubmed articles showing what these bands represent.
An IgM result means that you have an active infection. It once was thought to mean an 'early' infection, but has since been revised. IgG means that the infection is at a later stage.
The more +'s you have beside a number, the stronger the reaction.
IND means indeterminate - not negative, but not quite strong enough to be "fully positive". But it means that you reacted on those bands and should be considered, especially when they are Lyme specific bands.
A "Lyme specific band" means specific for Borrelia Burgdorferi, sensu stricto - Lyme disease in the strictest sense. There are only two
on the over 300 known strains of Lyme that is considered Bb, ss. Borrelia burgdorferi and Borrelia mayonii. Nothing else will turn a Lyme specific band positive other than Lyme disease - - even though there are over 100 different strains of Borrelia in the US that cause human illness.
Bands 18 & 41 (whether in IgM or IgG) are indicative of the tail of the bacteria, which can cross react with other Spirochetal bacteria such as Relapsing Fever, Pintas and Yaws, and Syphilis.
Now, with these things in mind, let's take another look at your test results. You have tested either IND or positive on these bands: 31, 34, 41 and 58.
Band 41 can cross react with other things besides Lyme, so ignore that.
Band 31 is Lyme specific, but it was created in the lab, so they have to test to be sure that it hasn't cross reacted with anything else.
Band 34 however is Lyme specific and can not cross react with anything else.
Band 58 is a possible indicator of a European strain of Lyme called Borrelia afzelii.
You only need one Lyme specific band to know you have Lyme.
Most of the people that I have talked with over the years have found that one single product rarely heals chronic Lyme, but there are a few out there that have had success. My caution is that if you see that it's not quite enough, please do not hesitate to either switch to another protocol or to add in another protocol that's safe to use along side of whatever you choose to use.
And this is why we ask people to share their stories. It often reveals details that we may be able to help find a few "Aha!" moments!