I have tested for CMV IGG. But I started feeling sick ever since I had a risky incident 2 years ago. Which means I contracted it then. Does this mean I have HIV too. I have tested negative for HIV 2 years after the incident but still feel sick as hell if i DO NOT take my daily vitamins. And lose wieght If I do not have medicine. Also developed high uric acid and high blood pressure. So please let me know IF you think I have hiv and it is not showing up on the blood tests. Because I have read that only when you have HIV do the CMV effects on the body become chronic and worse. My symptoms are not leaving me.
I think you should post this in the HIV forum, if you haven't already. I don't think many of the people in the EBV forum have the knowledge to help you; I know I don't (Sorry!). And from what I've heard, CMV is NOT the same as Epstein-Barr Virus. I know it can take the body quite a while to fight off EBV, so CMV may be similar in that regard. So I can give you advice to rest/take it easy for a while to help your body fight the infection, but other than that, I think you may find better help in another forum. Good luck!
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