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Epstein-barr virus infection, burning sensations under arms, shoulders blade, feels fatigued, short term memory loss

I was diagnosed with ebv 22 mths ago. My blood tests still show active infection with ebv. I have burning sensations in glands under my arms. Burning in shoulders and between shoulder blades. Burning nostrils and burning throat . Sometimes a salty taste in my mouth. Extreme fatigue , short term memory problems and a reduced level of previous activity. My glands under my arms are sore and burning. My eyes burn and sting and light effects them. Is this all in relation to ebv or could it be something else. I have high proteins in blood, gamma globulins etc which are indicative of chronic infection. Where could this infection be?..
Asked On : Sat, 26 May 2012
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Thanks for the query

The symptoms you are having is not directly connected to EBV. It sounds more like an allergic reaction probably to an anti viral you might be on for the treatment.
Please approach your primary care physician to change the medication. I also suggest to send blood for eosinophils to rule out allergy

I hope I was of help

Answered: Tue, 8 Apr 2014
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