Hi, all! I have been on a similar journey to you all for the last 8 or so years. I caught mono in high school, and not long after I went to college I became ill with the first of my chronic symptoms. It first started with swollen lymph nodes, migraines/sinus headaches, congestion/runny nose/sputum, constant low grade fever, raynauds syndrome, chronic fatigue then eventually progressed to sinusitis. I felt like my body was in constant over drive 24 hours a day. I tried every antibiotic and steroid I could and found no relief. I was also constantly getting sick with other visurses (strep, stomach virus, flu, pneumonia, etc) After seeing my immunologist/allergist he ran tests that showed my ebv levels were high, and explained to me that also discovered my T cells do not work properly. I was also told my I was also not allergic to anything but dust. He also ran ANA tests and they all came back negative. I then went on to see an infectious disease doctor. All of my tests came back fine. Next stop was an ENT. They performed surgery on my sinuses and that helped a bit, but later the infections came back. These symptoms have remained for the most part, but there have been new chronic symptoms that have been adding on top of the existing over the past few years. I also started to struggle with IBS, extreme migraines through out the week, and dry eyes. The dry eyes have gotten so bad since last year that my eye pain is constant. After seeing several eye specialists I have learned that the symptoms of dry eyes are the response to inflammation. I also now have 1 droopy eyelid. My neck (lymph node) pain has increased, low back pain, joint pain, constant dehydration, ulcers in my mouth, and low brain function/foggy thinking. I’m currently 27 and just retested for ebv. And yet again, it’s incredibly high. I’m starting to read the medical medium book and take it seriously because I feel like the virus is taking over my entire body. My next step is to find a naturopath that knows something of CAEBV as well. Will keep you all posted on the book and scouting out a naturopath.