Lyme Disease Test - Fast & Affordable
Why would I get a Lyme Disease Test?
A lyme disease test checks the blood for evidence of Lyme disease. People in Miami, FL order the lyme disease blood test for general screening, after a tick bite, or in the setting of suspicious symptoms.
How much does a Lyme Disease Test cost?
Our lyme disease blood test price includes the doctor's order that you need to get tested in Miami, FL, all lab fees and taxes, and a pdf copy of your results. For current prices, CLICK HERE.
What does a lyme disease test report look like?
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Lyme Disease Test - FAQ
Suspecting that you might have lyme disease, particularly if you have recently been bitten by a tick, can be a frightening experience. On top of that, convincing a doctor to order lab testing for you can be a challenging process and the costs of the blood test are often unknown. At Accesa Labs, we have tried to make the lyme testing process easy with our online lab testing service. Our prices include the lab order that you need to get tested at a lab in Miami, FL, all lab fees and a copy of your test results. We process new orders 24 hours a day and will send you your results as soon as we get them. We are happy that we can help people get lyme disease testing in Miami, FL.
Updated as of July 1, 2018
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