Can the Epstein Barr Virus cause lymph node swelling on right side of groin, redness (almost like a rash but the head sometimes entire penis but mainly the head), dribbling urine and tingling in testicals?
I saw your question: Can the Epstein Barr Virus cause lymph node swelling on right side of groin. Well I'm a female but I have a similar issue. I have a swollen node on the right side of my groin also with an ulceration below it that will not heal. I've had it for years. I also have MS and recently I got tested for Herpes Virus 6 and it came back highly positive. Herpes 6 is related somehow to EBV and if they have been reactivated could have caused me to develop MS. I was 22 when DX'd and if I would have known about these infections then I probably wouldn't have MS now. Listen to your body and do your research. Thanks for listening.
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