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    • Dr.T.
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      For all general questions regarding ALS and The Deanna Protocol

    • Lisa Cortez
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      Perplexing Igenex Lyme Test Results

      I first did a Lyme antibody test through Genpath which showed positive bands of 41, 45, and 66. I then did the provocative antibiotic test and had my blood sent to Igenex for the TBD3 test.

      The results are perplexing:

      B burgdorferi IFA – G/M/A : >80 – positive

      Lyme ImmunoBlot IgM : bands 23 and 41 are inderminate, all others negative – determination is negative

      Lyme Immunoblot IgG: bands 30 and 41 are indeterminate, all others negative – determination is negative

      B duncani IFA – IgM : negative

      B duncani IFA – IgG: 160 – positive for active infection

      I am confused by the mixed results and how I can be positive for a co-infection but not Lyme.

      Any guidance anyone can give me would be greatly appreciated

      • Dr.T.
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        B Ducani = Borrelia Ducani this is not a co-infection but an infection by the Borrelia species Ducani

        • Lisa Cortez
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          I was told it was babesiaLike

          It is listed under the Babesiosis heading in the results report

          • This reply was modified 2 months, 1 week ago by Dr.T..
          • Dr.T.
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            I stand corrected http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/…/PMC6023460

            I still believe this is a treatable disease and you may want to consult with an Infectious disease expert to see which antibiotics are most effective for your infection.

            Dr.T.

    • David McCracken
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      I was planning to start Radicava when I found the Deanna Protocol. As I am interested in doing both now, I am wondering if there are I might cause further problems doing both. As Deanna Protocol seems to supply chemicals that naturally occur in the body, I wouldn’t think there should be a problem, but wanted to ask the question.

      Does anyone else do this>

      Thank you,
      Dave McCracken

    • Dr.T.
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      Dave Deanna never took Radicava but I don’t believe there is any contraindication to taking the DP and radicava.
      Dr.T.

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