Do you have Epstein Barr (EBV), cytomagalovirus (CMV), HHV-6, mycoplasma, chlamydia pneumonia and/or borrelia burgdorferi (Lyme disease)?
Does your doctor say your blood doesn't show you have an active infection?
Maybe he is wrong! Recurrent infections don't trigger IgM antibodies because the infection is intracellular. A few weeks after the reactivation of the virus, the IgM antibodies will stop and be replaced by IgG. Most people have high IgG levels. Some people although have low IgG levels because of their dysfunctional immune system. The body is unable to protect itself.
PCR testing therefore is more appropriate in a research setting.
How does dr Lerner treat these patients? With antivirals mostly.
Let's say you have elevated IgG CMV titers :
a combination of oral Valtrex + intravenous ganciclovir = dramatic improvement
The document has more treatment protocols as well as references to studies.
Have a look at it and hand it over to your doctor. It may be the start of a new beginning!