Viruses and bacterial infections can also get in your tissues and nerves, not just your blood. It could be possible to have a virus messing with your nerves and causing twitches. Taking some magnesium would be a good idea.
i feel yor pain.. i got dx 20 yrs ago and up till 2 yrs ago tried rundown after working out softball ect twitching yep muscle pain and numbness yep and they worked me for M.S ect only no lumbar pucture waht was your EBV-VCA IGG PANEL NUMBER MINE WAS 2197 really high still
How can I determine if this is from a virus or bacterial infection. I have questioned the fact myself and have gone to docs and got all bloodwork. I am slightly anemic and my sed rate was about 10 points too high at one point last year but now sed rate is normal. I started getting real sick last year which was a year after having and still having a vaginal type infection. I have been checked for all STD's and urine cultures only for them to come up with nothing. I acquired the infection after having a new partner and am worried this could be contributing to alot of my symptoms. I do feel like something is attacking my nerves, heart, etc with severe twitches throughout body (even vagina) which made me wonder?? Any ideas on this or what else I might can do as far as testing? How do they determine if a bacteria or virus is in your tissues or nerves? Thank you for your reply.
Do you think your twitching is due to the EBV? If so, why? what are some other symptoms you experience? Have you been dx'd with anything else? Do you have any recommendations for the twitching? Do you ever get it in your heart as well?
I don't think they took a EBV IGG panel on me. I don't recall anything like that . I just know that an EBV test was taken and it came back positive or recently acquired back in 2003. Is this test you are referring to something I need to look into having them take? What kind of insight could this test give me that the other one did not?
Pathogens like viruses, bacteria, and mycoplasmas can be very hard to detect. There are only a few reliable labs that I hear mentioned and none of them are covered under normal insurance policies. Even then, you could still get a negative result if the pathogens are hiding out in your tissues, organs, or nerves. EBV is probably easier to pick up on because it must hang out in the bloodstream versus what some of the other pathogens can do. Unfortunately, there is no easy answer in getting tested for what could be ailing you.
I have been unsuccessful in my attempts to learn what I may be inflicted with other than high EBV titers. Nerves and tissues would have to be biopsied to check for pathogens and the pathologists would probably need some direction in what they are trying to find. Unless you have something failing or mutating, no doctor is probably going to agree that a biopsy is a good idea.
Hi, I had pretty severe twitching a couple times since being dx with EBV, but I think it was mainly from anxiety/panic attacks. I do have shaking/trembling sometimes, though, when I feel more tired than normal, and also a lot of mornings for like the first 1/2 hour or so after I wake up.
I have not yet been diagnosed with Epstein Barr but they are running titers. I have had the crazy twitches since June, turns out they are benign faciculations. Check out the website aboutbfs.com
I have twitching in different areas of my body. Fortunately, it only lasts for 30s or so at a time. It never hurts per se, just a bit annoying.
By comparison, the pins/needdles, burning, tingling, buzzing, episodes are much longer lived and far more uncomfortable in my case. BTW, buzzing is in my calves by my foot. The extremities seems to be more common.
I too have EBV and severe body twitching... I have a couple questions... did the symptoms start with the onset of what seemed like a bad flu that you never recovered from if so were you taking broad spectrum anti-biotics for your infection with your new partner the same thing happend to me. Look into yeast overgrowth and candida testing Im currently researching this possibility. I have sporadic twitching mostly in my legs but also in my arms, abdomin (abdomen), and alittle in my face I also suffer from what can be described as a foggy feeling in my head and the usual fatigue associated with this problem, I need at least 8 hrs of sleep when I do wake up it takes another 2 hrs to actually "wake up" and I drag through the rest of the day trying to function normally which is hit and miss, other possibilities ive researched is hhv6 (human herpes virus), I tested negative for this but ebv and this virus and symptoms go hand in hand a doctor at stanford medical has been doing clinical trials with a drug called vagilcyclovir with impressive results at both reducing ebv and hhv6 titer levels, im looking into dyflucan to treat yeast overgrowth and possible candida poisoning combined with strict no yeast/sugar diet thats been pioneered by a doctor im researching in LA
I am seeing similar symptoms off late with a similar scenario as yours. all std tests are negative but something is attacking my nervous system and heart. Were you able to figure out what is the cause for your symptoms and how have you been doing recently with your symptoms? A reply from ou would be greatly helpful.
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