Posted on May 5, 2017 in Blog |
It took me several years to get an accurate diagnosis. On the path to that diagnosis, my then endocrinologist tested me for Lupus and it was a positive result. I was very lucky in some regards. When my uncle heard this, he called me and urgently asked me to be tested for Lyme Disease. Aunt Betty had also tested positive for Lupus. But she had Lyme.
Physicians are finding that many patients’ test results are cross reacting.
There are many case studies for patients who have originally tested positive for Asthma or COPD, Lupus, Fibromyalgia, Multiple Sclerosis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and ALS who, once they go through successful treatment for Lyme or a co-infection of Lyme, their ‘other’ disease disappears. After my Bartonella treatment, my Lupus test became negative. It’s worth testing.