I am sorry to just be getting back with you. Here are my test results: Igg-Result 41KDA (++) Bands 34 and 39 (IND). On the IGM, my test results were 41+ and IND on Band 39. I went to an ID today who laughed at the clinical dx of lyme disease. I hope your day is going better than mine.
Hi, Chris, glad to have helped. MS does not have anything to do with the joints. But Lyme Disease "loves" the joints. Lyme arthritis is a frequent and major finding. Whether this includes popping and clicking, I don't know. Ask the people on the Lyme forum if this is frequently seen. Do they agree over there that your symptoms sound Lymish? Quix
I didn't even have the Elisa done. To be honest, its useless. Its better to get the Western Blot done through Igenix. It is more useful and reports more lyme bands. At least you have clean mris so you can at least rule some other things out for right now. Take care! I will be checking in with you later.
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