Hello. I am interested in doing more extensive testing. I am suffering from "CFS" according to my doctor. I have done some research and i decided to contact "Armin Labs" as i heard from a friend that they were good for lyme. I emailed the lab with my symptoms and they gave me the following recommendations: "You should be tested for the actual and chronic Borrelia burgdorferi activity by 1. Borrelia-Elispot (actual T-cellular Borrelia activity) 2. CD57 count (chronic inflammatory Borrelia and other coinfections chronic activity) According the interpreted coinfections-checklist attached you find on position….: 1. Chlamydia pneumonaie + Coxsackie Virus (5 symptoms). 2. Yersinia + Mycoplasma (4 symptoms) 3. Ehrlichia/Anaplasma + Rickettsia + Chlamydia trachomatis + EBV/CMV/HSV (3 symptoms) I would propose that you should be tested for an active Borrelia burgdorferi and co-infections by: 1. Borrelia-Elispot + CD57 cell count 2. Chlamydia pneumoniae-IgG/IgA-antibodies + Chlamydia pneumoniae-Elispot + Coxsackie-Virus-IgG/IgA-antibodies 3. Yersinia-Elispot + Mycoplasma antibodies 4. Ehrlichia/Anaplasma-Elispot + Rickettsi-IgG- antibodies + Chlamydia trachomatis-Elispot + EBV-Elispot + CMV-Elispot + HSV1/2-Elispot It is very important for the right therapy decision, which infections are responsible for your symptoms. So for example in active virus infections, it is not allowed to use antibiotics." I do not have much money but i could afford to test Borrelia Elispot + CD57 cell count. Do you think this is unwise as the lab has said with active viruses you cannot use antibiotics? What do you guys think the minimum testing i should do? Thanks.