Julie Rehmeyer's 'Through the Shadowlands'
Writer Never Give Up talks about Julie Rehmeyer's new book "Through the Shadowlands: A Science Writer's Odyssey into an Illness Science Doesn't Understand" and shares an interview with Julie ...
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Discussion in 'Antivirals, Antibiotics and Immune Modulators' started by lauluce, Nov 24, 2017.

  1. lauluce

    lauluce as long as you manage to stay alive, there's hope

    Hi ,sorry to bother you all, but I've got hhsv-1, hhsv-2 and EBV indirect immunofluorescence (IFI) results and I'm not sure how to interpret them. FOr example, the herpes simplex 2 igg antibody titer is 1/320 and the result sheet states that "<1/10" is considered a possitive result. I'm aware that these are igg antibiodies and are the product of past infection, not an active one, but I'd like to know if nonetheless my result is positive for igg, that is, if the second number of the result is bigger than the second number in the reference range, the result can be considered positive, in this case, 10 vs 320. I've gone mad looking for this info on the net but found nothing... does anybody know where I can find this info? Thanks! it is really important for me, as my ME/CFS seems to have started with and herpes infection long ago :(

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