Jackie, can you get your subclasses tested and find out if you have some kind of immune deficiency? Then you will be eligible for IVIG with medicare (is it medicare? I think that's what SSDI gives you, right?) Yes I do get IVIG. My protocol is one developed by me that has been partially successful at keeping me from total nincompoomp nonfunctional status LOL, but has not really kept lyme at bay as I'd hoped. OTOH that could also be due to insane amounts of outside stress such as demolition on 2/3 of my huge prewar apt building that went on 3 years and made deafening noise 12 hours a day under and over me and led to 11 various leaks and floods in my home as well as mice invasions...and then the most incompetent dentist of all time fracturing my entire socket leading to excruciating pain for months and infection and a surgery to fix her malfeasance...and heat pipes banging at night since the renovations..and living over an inner city schoolyard...and having a broken toe in the joint that was misdiagnosed for 10 weeks and took months to heal etc etc etc.... But anyway, 'nuff of that. So my protocol is: 1) Meyer's cocktail push in water (I do in sterile water after salt/c for 4 days, I should add to the above as a major stressor on my system that whacked me badly) that is magnesium calcium b5 b6 and vitamin C 2) glutathione chaser (1000 mg) 3) Hyperbaric at home about every 2 weeks now (used to be every 1 week, and at the beginning a few times a week 4) IVIG in small doses every other week 5) Atrium peptides (immunity and comitras) 6) Oramune transfer factor 7) Echinacea purpurea root It's not enough so I need to try some antifungals or some andrographis. I also want to try a bit of Rich's protocol. Sorry for the long aside but maybe some of the above info will help you. In any case, you may qualify for IVIG if you have a subclass deficiency.