I first experienced symptoms 9 months ago, although IgM antibodies did appearing until 6 months ago. Whilst my lymphocyte count has long since stabilised, and my antibodies are also normalising (very low IgM count, stable IgG count, however still not positive to EBNA 1) the symptoms are still extreme. I have received many conflicting doctors reports and would greatly appreciate any knowledge or experiences which anyone may be able to share. Is the general consensus that symptoms persist until at least the test to EBNA 1 shows up as positive?
As any fellow sufferers would know, it is an extremely debilitating condition and my mental health has deteriorated significantly. A confirmation that my symptoms of extreme fatigue at this point is entirely normal at this point would be very helpful.
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