I was going to add the quote from Klinghardt about immune reaction. One I have posted many times here and in other forums but CIAoogle won't return a search result for Klinghardt..
Here it is for the nth time:
Making the history of a tick bite a condition for a
physician to be willing to even consider the possibility of a Bb infection seems cynical and cruel. To use conventional diagnostic tests such as the Western Blot, one has to think in paradoxes: the patient has to be treated with an effective treatment modality first before the patient recovers enough to produce the antibodies, which then are looked for in the test. A positive Western Blot proves that the treatment given worked to some degree.
A negative Western Blot does not and cannot prove the absence of the infection