Although the Herpes virus and the association with sexually transmitted diseases have an immediate adverse response, a number of distinct Herpes viruses are present, among which Chicken Pox, Shingles, and Epstein Barr (monotone). Even those with the most negative stereotypes are far more prevalent than individuals think; about 90 percent of individuals have HSV-1 (oral herpes or cold sores), and their figures are quite similar. They can be sleeping in your body once you are subjected to any of these viruses and reactivate at any moment, generally as an answer to stress. So does Fibromyalgia and Herpes have a link?
Given that Fibromyalgia is overlapped with Epstein Barr, it is not surprising that scientists are considering a possible link. When I was a high school junior, I had mono. Other than that, I felt tired a lot, I don’t remember it much.
I remember later (in the next few centuries) that despite the fact many physicians saying me it was not possible to get monolith more than once, something that has been seriously interrogated by many physicians and scientists since then, I would have what I referred to as “recurring monolith.” My throat was sore, my lymph nodes were swelling, I felt sore, I was worn out.
I would feel sore. This generally came after several weeks of steaming, and I saw it crashing just like my body after I pushed it too hard. I actually managed to get a doctor to test me for Epstein bar and I have tested low in 2006 when I fought strep infections every few weeks (so much for not getting it more than once). I tested for an active infection back in 2006.
In two centuries, the job of blood has come a long way. I believe that fibromyalgia has a lot to do with those mono episodes, some of them with swollen glands and low-grade fever that was prevalent to recurrent mono. So, why I could ask whether there could actually be a relation between the two is understandable.
Research on the overlap of Epstein Barr and Fibromyalgia goes back to (at least) 1987. Buchwald, Goldenberg, Sullivan, and Epstein Barr evaluated 50 fibromyalgia patients. Because there was no significant difference between the virus levels in their systems and those of healthy and unsafe controls. Methods presently employed to diagnose Fibromyalgia were much cheaper and more comparable to the current approved rules than the 1990 rules required.
Two control groups, one with good controls and the other with at least one chronic disease have been identified for this research. So, many of the patients (27 percent) had frequent throats and many of the other mono-like, but unusual, symptoms. No important changes in EBV antibiotic concentrations between the Fibro group and health or unhealthy controls were shown in the tests.
Therefore the VCA-IgG shows that almost all respondents (in any group) have had the virus at some point in the past. So, it is essential to remember that there are many individuals with mono and that they never have any symptoms. VCA-IgM suggests the latest infections without EBNA antibodies; none of the patients tested for VCA-IgM were positive in Fibro. Therefore EBNA antibodies are recorded as a prior infection, which was observed in most individuals regardless of group.
In view of the findings, it is almost impossible to say that Herpes is not or is not connected with Fibro. As they have tested for healthy (and unhealthy controls) and have all shown proof of the previous disease, their healthy controls may not have been as healthy as they felt, and a number of other factors, including restrictions in blood tests, can overlap with undiagnosed healthy control groups.
Side note, one really interesting thing was that even back in 1987, rheumatologists reported that Fibromyalgia patients were thought to represent the highest proportion of their patients. This is before the initial diagnostic criteria were set and many physicians thought that Fibromyalgia actually existed long before. Obviously, Fibromyalgia was believed by the 3 physicians engaged in this research. Maybe for this purpose, Fibro patients were looking for them.
In 2012, Hedberg revealed that Epstein Barr viruses have been linked to numerous autoimmune diseases such as MS, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, RA, Sjogren’s, Chrons, and others often considered overlapping fibromyalgia diseases. He also recorded a genetic mutation in the blood which enables Epstein Barr to grow and stay in the blood which could lead to autoimmune problems.
Further research has been conducted on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). Up to 70% of Fibromyalgia are also diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. There is much debate as to whether Fibromyalgia and CFS might include two distinct entities or two ends of the same range. The CFS is also a diagnosed syndrome of Chronic Fatigue. CFS is the only one with CFS syndrome. This all of course takes us to the latest results of the University of Alabama (Roll Tide!) by Dr. Duffy and Pridgen.
The research uses an anti-viral combination to examine fibromyalgia and chronic pain and IBS and to treat HSV-1 (coolness). In this future treatment, you almost stumbled almost by accident and have now been phase 3 tested. This could be associated with fibromyalgia (and associated conditions) with herpes viruses and could help many of us greatly.
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