PCR DNA HERPES TEST " THE NEW GOLDEN STANDARD"
A newer "gold standard" is even more sensitive than the standard blood test. This test is called the PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) DNA test, (Done from spinal fluid,or blood) and it can identify the DNA from viral particles to an extremely high degree of accuracy and can differentiate between the two types. This test directly reveals the presence or not of viral DNA of either type of virus.
The standard IgM/IgG blood test cant tell if viral DNA is present or not because herpes, cytomegalovirus and the coxsackie viruses are not present in blood in their latent stages, only a PCR DNA test can.
Let me put it to you this way: If our Eradicator program was successful the PCR DNA test (done on spinal fluid, or blood) result will be negative indicating that no viral DNA could be detected. The PCR tracks viral DNA. The absence of viral DNA means no Virus = No Disease No Outbreaks. Cured!
You will not experience any outbreaks at all unless you are reinfected somehow. In cases where the virus has been destroyed in the body, the antibodies that protects you are only active for a short time and then the patient can easily be reinfected, not necessarily by sexual contact, but also by droplet infection (an infected person coughing or sneezing at you) infected paper money or even toilet and door handles. As +- 80% of the population is thought to be infected it is easy to see how reinfection can happen.
To satisfy yourself that you are free from the disease you have a P.C.R. DNA Herpes test which detects viral DNA. These PCR herpes tests are almost 300% more sensitive in picking up actual viral material from spinal fluid, or blood than that of the viral culture test. a P.C.R DNA test is taken at any time following completion of treatment.
When PCR is negative it means that no viral DNA could be detected. i.e. No viral DNA means no virus, therefore no disease.
Cured if you like. And what's more you cannot transmit a disease that no longer exists in your body.
Can you ever produce a negative antibody herpes tests result again?
Yes, you can take a regular Igm antibody test after you are done with our program.
Antibodies (Immunoglobulins) and their functions:
- IgA - found mainly in the mucosa membranes and body secretions (tears, saliva), protects mucous membranes from invasion by microorganisms.
- IgD - found in cell membranes and involved in cell activation, is believed to play a part in recognizing "self" and "foreign" antigens.
- IgE - frequently involved in allergenic reactions to pollen and food and found in both blood and intestinal fluid, attaches to the outside of the basophils (white blood cells that mediate inflammatory reactions) and similar (histamine containing) mast cells. Contact with an allergin causes these cells to burst, which, in turn, dumps histamine or enzymes into the surrounding fluids to inactivate the allergen. The release of histamine causes local inflammation and/or systemic (entire body) flushing and other adverse symptoms.
- IgG - the most abundant antibody in the body. It is involved in attacking bacteria and other antigens, such as food due to leaky gut. Both IgG and IgM coat microorganisms. High IgG levels indicates past infection.
- IgM - found mainly in the bloodstream where it is most often involved in attacking bacteria and other antigens. IgM is the first antibody that the body produces against a foreign antigen. High levels indicate a current or recent infection. This is why a PCR DNA test is used to see if a living virus is in the body.