Lab testing

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Laboratory tests for Cpn

"antibody not detected"

I have many symptoms and reasons to believe I am suffering from a cpni infection. I took the Quest blood test for C. Pneumoniae IGGi, IGA, IGM. and the results were "antibody not detected". 

Is it possible to still have a cpn infection with this result?

I tried NACi and had the classic "NAC flu" and expected symptoms.

Thanks very much.

Cpn returned or not?

Dear All,

 I have just got back my medical results for Cpni. 6 years ago i was tested positive and treated 'till apparently became negative, however, my symptoms of 6 years ago recently reappeared (thus the new testing). I have had (and now new 'acting up' of hip-joint inflammationi, excessive sweating, and a tingling-crawling feeling all over my body in the muscles.... 

So my results are: 

IgM: negative

Iggi (MIF): >1:16

IGA: (MIF) 1:16 with a note the chronic infection/re-infection is possible


Is there a best time to test for Cpn?

I know testing is very tricky. I was tested a couple of years ago, but it was whilst I was on antibioticsi for Lyme. IgGi and IgM were negative.

Now I am off antibiotics for 3+ months and my symptoms are persistant, with generalised inflammationi and feeling like I have upper and lower respiratory tract inflamed and infected but with no productive cough or nasal discharge.

 NAC test challenge provoked runny nose+++ and flu-like symptoms.

 So....would this be a good time to try and test again, or is it just not worth it?

If yes, would a PCRi test be a better way to go?

My 2007 (pretreatment) Chlamydia Pneumoniae Differentiation Antibody Panel (IgM, IgG, IgA) results

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some questions

Hi There!

My last entry is quite long ago and as i have some questions too its time for an update.

first the good news: my scrotal pain improoved quite well but still gets worse sometimes while pulsing or after walking to much. right after pulses it gets better mostly. 

my older symptoms are more or less the same though (ibs-b (with sibo and consequently malabsorbption and low weight), cfsi , light fibro,chest pain, very cold limbs ).

the ibs eventhough taking probiotics even got a little worse i think. im a bit affraid the abxi are messing up my gut flora too much.

A Turn of Good Luck

It was my lucky day today. I met with a naturopathic doctor who who specializes in endocrine issues. She is also knowledgeable about Lyme disease.

We will be doing some testing for adrenals, stool analysis, more thyroid tests and food sensitivy test. She will be working with my CAPi doctor too. Just too good to be true--my luck has changed.

I am still having hyperthyroid symptoms but some things are better. Rash on my back is going away. Still having pain and pressure in my eyes and not sleeping well. My heart was really getting ragged from all the palpitations so I had the prescription for Atenolol filled. It slowed down my heart beat to normal.

Neuro Science Testing/ measures neurotransmitter levels

I found a physician who does Neuroi Science testing. The nervous system influences how we think,feel, and react,as well as our body functions. The test is given via a urine and saliva sample and it measures chemical neurotransmitters.

The test that I had done, measured the following neurotransmitters:

Epinephrine, Norephrine, Dopamine, Serotonin, Glycine, GABBA, Glutamate, Histamine, Creatinin.

These are some of the brain chemicals that help us respond to stress approporiately. With chronic infectionsi and toxic exposure, the neurotransmitters become dysfunctional and out of balance. 

I would like to find out what others know about this test or just interesting input.





Lab testing

I believe i have CP, i have been sick for more than a year.  i have done done many type of blood test.  but not for cp.  i asked my doctor for cp test, but she said she doesnt know anything about it.  currently i am not living in U.S so does anyone know what test i should ask for. 

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