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    Lyme Tick Testing

    Doing some rummaging around my PC for Lyme stuff and remembered that a lyme group in California did tick testing for free, so checked out the site to see the latest...
    They were flooded with ticks to test and had to stop accepting any more until the backlog was gone. The did link two other sources for testing.
    https://www.bayarealyme.org/lyme-dis.../tick-testing/
    They linked IGENEX here:
    https://igenex.com/
    Did not see cost, but looks like you have to have a DR script for the tick testing.
    The other link is to the University of Massachusetts.
    $200 for the complete testing... Looks impressive and it looks like a script is not needed to get the testing done.
    https://www.tickreport.com/about

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    I sent a tick that bit me to UMass for the $50 test. It came back negative, I couldn't believe it as I've had Lyme disease before and my area is heavily infested.

    https://www.tickreport.com/pricing

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarryCat View Post
    I sent a tick that bit me to UMass for the $50 test. It came back negative, I couldn't believe it as I've had Lyme disease before and my area is heavily infested.

    https://www.tickreport.com/pricing
    Good for you.
    Sounds like you dodged the bullet....

    And I should have noted that the cost was $50 to $200 (Basic eval to extensive eval).


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