This is far from the normal case of ebv, I've been dealing with this since age 2. Near death many times, blood poisoning from herpetic whitlow, chronic tonsalitis, allergies to antibiotics, low blood pressure, chronic fatigue, weight loss, swollen lymph nodes, etc. Question is, what else am I going to suffer with, is there any info on complications, how do I get my doctor to actually do research on my illness to help me? I am constantly in the hospital and some doctors think its all in my head and turn me away even though when they do I end up in ICU, and all my blood work confirms everything. I'm only 23 and was in the process of being tested for lymphoma and leukaemia when I lost my health insurance. I just want information on this aside from what I go through on a daily basis
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