Posted on Apr 2, 2013 in Blog |

April 4th – List of resources for anyone newly diagnosed and comments on labs to use for accurate testing.

First, the labs that I recommend. Please note I am not a physician and can only tell you my experience with the following labs from a patient’s perspective:

Igenex.com – San Diego, CA – they test all the DNA bands. I believe I had The Complete Initial Lyme Panel done. It showed how many DNA bands tested positive.

Galaxy Diagnostics in North Carolina – galaxydx.com – their testing has become more and more refined is the best testing lab for finding more than 26 strains of Bartonella. If you don’t recall a tick bite and you have cats, you want this lab to test the blood. I had the Bartonella ePCR, triple draw. Expensive, but amazingly accurate.

Frylabs.com – Fry Labs in Arizona – If you are at this point, you are hopefully seeing a Lyme Literate Medical Doctor (LLMD). He will know what tests to order.

Helpful sites:

www.beatingbartonella.com
www.whatislyme.com
http://web.ncsu.edu/abstract/science/bartonella-3/
www.sharonlivingwithlyme.com
www.tmgmd.com
www.galaxydx.com
www.betterhealthguy.com/
www.lymedisease.org
www.wildcondor.com
www.ilads.org
http://overcominglyme.blogspot.com/
http://www.ladyoflyme.com/
www.lymenet.org
http://myblindspotjourney.com/category/bartonella/
www.lymediseaseassociation.org
www.publichealthalert.org/
www.lymeinfo.net
www.lymefriends.org
http://lymepedia.org/
http://lymechick.com/
http://lymediseaseaudio.com/
www.underourskin.com
www.cheryllyme.blogspot.com/
www.joethetick.com/
www.lymepa.org
www.lymetap.org
www.freewebs.com/lymefacts/lymelinks.htm
www.butyoudontlooksick.com

For teaching children about Lyme Disease: https://www.facebook.com/groups/lymediseaseprotestresources/doc/223775761097157/

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