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Discussion in 'Lyme Disease and Co-Infections' started by Fuzzyhead, Sep 27, 2016.

  1. Fuzzyhead

    Fuzzyhead Senior Member

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    I had private bloods done and the ones which were abnormal were;
    T Cells CD3 +85.10 range 62-80
    CD57 + NK cells (absolute) -59 range 100-360
    It says this indicates chronic immune suppression.
    Any ideas? I haven't been well for 15yrs and still no answers.
    Also i tested weak positive for Borellia.
     
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  2. dadouv47

    dadouv47 Senior Member

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    I'm not a Doctor but I guess there's a relatively strong possibility of having lyme disease. CD57 is also related to borrelia and is low in cases of lyme infections, but I can't be sure that's what you have and you should ask a specialist. Also I don't know what lyme test you have done and how ''weak positive'' the test showed, but if I was you I would try to find a lyme specialist and investigate on this!
    Hope you can find more informations ;)
    Regards
     
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  3. Fuzzyhead

    Fuzzyhead Senior Member

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    I had Elispot done
    Borrelia Burgdorferi Full antigen 1
    Borrelia b.osp-mix (ospa/ospc/dpba) 1
    Borrelia Burgdorefi LFA -1 (+) 2
     
  4. dadouv47

    dadouv47 Senior Member

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    Thats really weak indeed. Have you tested some lyme co infections?
     
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    My CD57 is low 39 (60-360), and no Lyme infection or co-infections neither. But I have EBV...
     
  6. Fuzzyhead

    Fuzzyhead Senior Member

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    No i couldn't afford it at the moment but i had EBV when i was 18 and i have since seen a bioresonance practioner and they picked up borrelia, rickettsia and some others that i can't remember off hand.
     
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    frederic83 Senior Member

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    Bioresonance? Is it a device that is supposed to diagnose you with electric current going through your body?
     
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    Fuzzyhead Senior Member

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    Yes it's electrical frequencies.
     
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    frederic83 Senior Member

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    I would not rely on it. If you have an insurance, the standard serology are preferable.
     
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    I am in uk so no insurance and nhs won't test for all these.
     

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