In 2012, I had Borrelia burgdorferi antibodies (ELISA), Immunoblot test and Elispot LTT tests done, of which all three were positive. At the same time I was also found to carry mycoplasma pneumoniae and ehrlichia. Interestingly chlamydia pneumoniae antibodies were negative, but turned to positive after Borrelia was defeated after 1,5 years of antibiotics. Some Lyme patients test negative for Borrelia initially, but positive after having started to take either antibiotics or herbal medications. And remember that there is not a 100% liable test for Lyme. ELISA was developed for statistical, not diagnostic, purposes in 1990s and tests only one or two Borrelia species out of around ten that cause disease. So, even slightly positive is still positive, not some immunity from earlier infection.
My antibiotic regimen for those three infections was similar to Wheldon's protocol: minocycline, azythromycin and rifampicin. The combination depends on a Lyme doctor, some describe pulsing with metronidazole. I changed to doxy, rifampicin and tinidatzole after 10 months, and that did accelerate improvements. After all, we are talking about several intracellular bacteria, and it seems similar combinations work.
After about two years of antibiotics I could see improvements in cognitive functions. But fatigue, chills, sweats, air hunger remained, typical for babesia, a protozoa. For that malaria medication has helped. It incidentally has also improved bladder function and stamina. Some problems still remain, mainly mobility.