"The following interpretation criteria resulting in specificities of greater than 96% were recommended: for IgG WB, at least one band of p83/100, p58, p56, OspC, p21, and p17a for PKa2; at least two bands of p83/100, p58, p43, p39, p30, OspC, p21, p17, and p14 for PKo; and at least one band of p83/100, p39, OspC, p21, and p17b for PBi; for IgM WB, at least one band of p39, OspC, and p17a or a strong p41 band for PKa2
; at least one band of p39, OspC, and p17 or a strong p41 band for PKo
; and at least one band of p39 and OspC or a strong p41 band for PBi. The overall sensitivity was the highest for PKo WB, followed by PBi and PKa2 WB, in decreasing order. Standardization of WB assays is necessary for comparison of results from different laboratories."
so p39 as IgM can be positive. Does your WB tell you what strains were tested ? Afzelii Budgorferi Garinii ?
U have 2 bands that are reactive for IgG but they are not lyme specific as far as i know. Yet the fact u have two, plus p39 as IgM is highly suspicious and may be enough for some LLMDs to try treat u.
Do u have symptoms of any kind ?
I'd contact an LLMD and see if he is willing to treat you. But if u have zero symptoms and do not remember a recent tick bite, then i would not treat. So unless u were bitten recently, if that is the case then you should get treatment since this is your chance to get rid of it before it spreads in your body.
But otherwise, we all want to reach some sort of homeostasis (equilibrium) with the bacteria, where we have minimal/no symptoms and not necessarily eliminate it, since that is not always possible. so if u have no symptoms, just based on a test, i dont think it's a good idea to bombard yourself with antibiotics ...