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Is there a sub-forum on here where people post there lab results for help better understanding. My doctor isn't a ME specialist but did do an extensive test, she said everything is normal. Just wanted people who's been dealing with this for a while opinion.
 
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Is there a sub-forum on here where people post there lab results for help better understanding. My doctor isn't a ME specialist but did do an extensive test, she said everything is normal. Just wanted people who's been dealing with this for a while opinion.
I have the labs requested and results that Ive had done twice since initial appointment. I can share these with you to compare or review.
 
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I have the labs requested and results that Ive had done twice since initial appointment. I can share these with you to compare or review.
I dont know that theirs anyone available to help better understand. I can tell you what I was tested for and how Im feeling before and since treatment.
 

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I havent' seen an explicit subforum, but some on here are interested with test results and would be happy to exchange and/or add their two cents.
 
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I began treatment in October of 2020 for chronic parvovirus and acute/chronic mono. Several other medical issues also were to be addressed. I began treating with Valcyte for EBV & Parvo, Immunovir, an Antiviral and Immune booster. Ketoconazole(Nizoral) and Undecylex for a fungal infection, Hydrocortisone, Thyroid pure T3, Progesterone and Pregnenolone for Hormone Optimization. Also, L-Methyl Folate, FibroFreedom and LDN for Inflammation/RA, Nattokinase for Oxygenation. Finally, HepatoThera for Liver Stress.
When I state this information it is how I'm reading the information on the report. You may or may not have heard of or have knowledge of or some other information to consider of value or understanding that I would appreciate any feedback. My recent bloodwork has shown improvement from the initial bloodwork of which I provided the full panel I had done to the group. However, I know I'm not out of the woods yet and wouldn't expect to be after almost 15 years of illness.

The ParvovirusB19 Antibody (IGG) is still hanging on and I'm still being treated for this. Inflammation is also at the high end of the range, (diet possibly playing a role)? T3 still needs work and treatment. D-Dimer, Quantitative is noted as 1.45 H, noted, wallpaper over the dirt? Sounds like this is a work in progress. EBV Early Antigen D AB (IGG) is reported as "Much Better", at 30.10 H. Cortisol, Free, LC/MS, S is High at 0 .99 H. I not certain what this means but I will ask my doctor on June 9. Candida is noted as chronic, not acute with a range or 1.1 H.

Not long after taking the medications, I began to notice the severe fatigue had disappeared. The brain fog, by the way, when you don't have brain fog anymore...you know you had brain fog, I am still in awe of this.
I honestly don't know what the heck is going on within my body. Although I don't have fatigue, I'm experiencing other symptoms that I just can't explain or understand. I have been writing symptoms down to discuss with the doctor. At this point, my 6th month of treatment, I wish I could say I'm doing well emotionally and physically, but I'm not ready to say this. Here's to hoping I'm on the right path.

Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated and respected. If I can answer any questions or provide additional information that I have not included here, I'm happy to do so.

My best to all.
 

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Quick message- I would think the IgG (rather than IgM) for parvo just means you had it some point in the past but doesnt imply a current infection. With any luck your IgG for parvo will be elevated for life so you dont get it again.. (I"m not a parvo expert -except knowing its a "great mimic" for every disease under the sun - though so if someone said IgG works differnetly in parvo, im in no pisition to object)
 
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I have very little understanding, however, when you mention that Parvo may have been from a past infection, I went back and read the report that says just that. I really appreciate your thoughts. Lets say that in the past I had an infection that elevated to an unhealthy range...fast forward, without treatment or without my body redeeming itself of infection....can and does this lead to autoimmune deficiency and does this overtake bodily functions reaching the cellular level. Please excuse my ignorance. Thank you for reading my post and responding. I appreciate your thoughts.
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