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Is my Lyme significant ?

Sun, 01 Mar 2020 18:29:58 GMT

Dear Dr. Tedone, I hope that you are happy for me to write to you directly on the matter of borellia infection. I am 48 years old and I was diagnosed with ALS in June 2018. My neurologist ran the standard serological tests for Lymes disease that are used by here in the UK, and these were negative. However subsequently I had a Eliospot testing completed (by the Armin lab in Germany) which showed positive results for borrelia. This test was repeated a year later in 2019, and indicated an increased presence of borrelia. Here are the results from 2018: Borrelia b. Full Antigen 1 SI (negative) Borrelia b. OSP-Mix 4 SI (positive) Borrelia burgdorferi LFA-1 0 SI (negative) These are the results from 2019: Borrelia b. Full Antigen 3 SI (positive) Borrelia b. OSP-Mix 4 SI (positive) Borrelia burgdorferi LFA-1 3 SI (positive) In addition my CD57 score indicates borderline chronic immune suppression. I am have completed, or continue with many different treatment regimes, all are design ed to retard the progression of ALS. However I have not completed any course of treatment for borrelia. I have a couple of question which I am hoping you will feel able to respond to: Do my borrelia readings look serious enough to warrant treatment? If so which method would you advise (bearing in mind that I am in the UK)?

Mon, 16 Mar 2020 14:58:14 GMT

find a Lyme literate doctor I would use the pulsedd method of treatment