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Does anyone know how to interpret these EBV results?

VCA IgG   Negative
VCA IgM Negative
EBNA IgG  Positive

I got the same results twice now, with testing about 6 months apart, so I don't think any of these are false negatives/positive.  

As far as I know, it isn't possible to have positive EBNA IgG and negative VCA IgG.  

I had a positive mono test about 1.5 yr ago, and experiencing chronic fatigue/excessive daytime sleepiness since.  

I have also tested positive for ANA (Homo 2+ pattern), but negative for other Lupus specific tests.  

thanks for any help
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Could you please explain what your Doctor said about these test results?
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Has your fatigue gotten any better or worse since you tested positive for mono?  Also, have you made any adjustments/lifestyle changes to help cope with the fatigue?
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It just means you've had mono before, but not now. The antibody stays in your system forever, that's why the last one is positive.
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