Low B12 and High Ammonia?

Discussion in 'Lyme Disease Archives' started by justjanelle, Sep 24, 2007.

  1. justjanelle

    justjanelle New Member

    I don't have my Igenex test results yet, but have results from some other blood work I hoped would help with answers in case the Lyme tests are negative.

    Just today I found out that my B12 levels are quite low and my blood ammonia levels are high. The neurologist says these results might explain my burning pain and my shaking hands. But that the ammonia is almost always due to liver damage. (I do not drink and never have.)

    Now I'm trying to figure out whether this has anything at all to do with my suspected Lyme. I've searched online and haven't found answers.

    Does Lyme disease impact B12 and ammonia levels?

    Thanks for helping.

  2. Di1207

    Di1207 New Member

    That is a question for a docotor. I read alot about lyme.I am postive myself. I have never read anything about these results. Good luck and good health.