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Offline acul94

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CFS following EBV infection
« on: August 21, 2014, 10:04:08 AM »
Hi all,

I consider myself a hypochondriac as I spend more time worried about what might kill me rather then living my life. I was diagnosed with Glandular Fever positive for EBV. I was wondering how many of you can live a fairly normal life compared to some people that are completely ruined. See myself I can exercise but still get post-exercise fatigue but not to the point I can't get out of bed. The other question I had was how many of you get muscle twitches and muscle weakness ?

Thanks Guys !
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Re: CFS following EBV infection
« Reply #1 on: February 17, 2015, 10:24:53 AM »
As far as EBV, my blood work tested high for those antibodies, right around the time I had been feeling awful/tired and achy- then was diagnosed with fibro. I thought for sure I had some infection instead- but the dr. stated you can have these blood levels and it's not necessarily indicative if a current/recent infection, you could've had the exposure/infection long that was frustrating to me because I really wanted to have an explanation, but realized I might not get one. So in a way it helped me to stop obsessing over that part of it
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