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A Review of Lyme Infection Tests: Pass or Fail

There are a variety of tests that can help diagnose Lyme disease by finding evidence of Lyme infection. These include ELISA, IFA, PCR, immunoblot done as a western blot, the new immunoblot with synthetic proteins, and blood culture.

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How to Diagnose Chronic Lyme Disease, More Than A Test

This new video article updates the first article from 2012. This latest video includes information on where and how to diagnose chronic Lyme.  With this information you can direct your primary care physician or another physician on the best ways to diagnose Lyme. This includes a review of the latest tests and best laboratory systems like IGenex and Armin Labs. Marty Ross MD

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A Silent Problem - Is It Yeast?

Too many yeast in the intestines (yeast overgrowth) is a common problem that occurs in those with chronic Lyme disease either during treatment or prior to beginning treatment. Antibiotics used to treat Lyme can lead to too many yeast. Immune suppression prior to starting antibiotics can also cause yeast overgrowth.

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Mold and Lyme Toxin Illness

Marty Ross MD explains mold toxin Illness looks just like Lyme disease. Here are the steps to see if you have this problem and what to do to fix it.

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The Western Blot Lyme Disease Test: A Lyme Byte

Here is Lyme Byte about using a western blot test to help diagnose chronic Lyme disease. It was recorded during a webinar on 5/14/2013.

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CD-57 Test? Rarely

I rarely recommend a CD-57 test because in most situations it is not useful and has no real predictive or helpful value in charting the course of a person's care. See why in this Lyme Byte from my webinar Conversations with Marty Ross MD.

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When & How to Treat Chronic Viruses in Lyme: A Brief Guide

Learn all about chronic virus infections in Lyme disease by Marty Ross MD. Treating chronic virus infection is controversial. See why. See the best virus tests and how to treat chronic active virus infections with herbal antivirals and immune boosters in Lyme disease.

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Heavy Metals: The Problem & The Best Test

In chronic Lyme disease heavy metal toxicity (like lead and mercury) can cause

  • low energy,
  • poor nerve function and thinking,
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Is There A Lyme Done Test? No

Here is a Lyme Byte about testing to see if Lyme treatment is done. As Marty Ross MD explains unfortunately there is not a done test. This is a recording from Conversations with Marty Ross MD on 10/22/14.

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How to Diagnose Babesia

Babesia is a coinfection found in Lyme disease. Like the Lyme germ, babesia is transmitted by a tick bite. When present it should be treated early in a Lyme disease treatment. Unfortunately the tests for diagnosing babesia are unreliable. Here are the steps I recommend for diagnosing this infection.

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Can the Elispot Lyme Test Forcast the End?

There is no such thing as a "done" test for Lyme. In this video article, Marty Ross, MD explains why the elispot blood test misses active Lyme disease. It should not be used to decide if a treatment is done.

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How to Diagnose Bartonella in Chronic Lyme Disease

Bartonella is hard to diagnose. Marty Ross MD explains the best ways to figure out if you have Bartonella in a chronic Lyme disease treatment.

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