1. #31
    Quote Originally Posted by Everydaystruggle View Post
    So if most doctor miss this, what is the best way to get tested? Also when you say, “ did you get bitten by a tick....no... then it’s something else...” are you saying only if I remember? I read th links you posted and I have none of the classic bite symptoms, the ring ect which is common not to have according to that link. I would like to order my test myself if possible because Im unable ro work and any money I can save I have to.
    1. "Also when you say, “ did you get bitten by a tick....no... then it’s something else...” I was showing what goes on when a person sees a DR who is has not treated patients with Lyme and applies the CDC guidelines. One sided conversation... Go back and read the story of the Cardiologist who saw many, many, many top tier DRs who missed it..... AND what the outcome was for him....
    2. "I read the links you posted and I have none of the classic bite symptoms". A LARGE population of people who have Lyme NEVER showed the "classic" symptoms of the red "Bull' Eye", or finding a tick on themselves or even remember EVER being bitten by a tick.
    3. Are you in the U.S?
    4. In most states you can order your own blood work if you can not get your primary care DR to order the WESTERN BLOT blood test.
    5. Here is one on-line company that you can order your own blood test (there are a few states that do not allow you to do that and the site will tell you what they are)
    LabCorp: Online lab testing is prohibited in MA, MD, NY, NJ and RI.
    Quest Diagnostics: Online lab testing is prohibited in NY, NJ and RI.
    6. https://www.walkinlab.com/catalogsea...?q=westernblot
    7. May be other providers that offer the WESTERN BLOT a bit cheaper, but you would have to search.
    8. And you can read your own test and see if you have issues and need to get concerned :
    https://www.lymedisease.org/lyme-bas...ase/diagnosis/
    https://globallymealliance.org/about...nosis/testing/
    http://www.lymedisease.org.au/about-...e-blood-tests/
    9. IF you run the test, and clearly you have no positive results, you could place Lyme on the bottom of the list of conditions that you MIGHT have.

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  3. #32
    May be other providers that offer the WESTERN BLOT a bit cheaper, but you would have to search
    Thanks to Orrin, I've been thinking about getting this test. I searched and found the same LabCorp test (# 163600) for $108 with an additional 5% off if you use "welcome5" coupon code: https://www.econolabs.com/ProductDet...Code=LC-163600

  4. #33
    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. T View Post
    Thanks to Orrin, I've been thinking about getting this test. I searched and found the same LabCorp test (# 163600) for $108 with an additional 5% off if you use "welcome5" coupon code: https://www.econolabs.com/ProductDet...Code=LC-163600
    Good find.
    Some additional info:
    https://www.lymedisease.org/touched-...-lyme-disease/
    https://www.natureworldnews.com/arti...with-ticks.htm
    CDC stats are BS.
    While the CDC shows most cases in the North East, part of that is for so, so, so long the CDC had maintained that Lyme was only in the NE.
    DRs outside of the NE did not look for it. and based on CDC BS told patients that there was no Lyme in their area .... Thus they could not have Lyme.... Not sure what they had but were sure it was NOT Lyme because there was no Lyme in their area.....
    BTW I am NOT saying that every unsolved medical mystery is Lyme as there are other tick born diseases and other medical conditions out there, but a simple blood test can help eliminate one possibility that may be over looked by a LOT of DRs...



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