Ebv test results

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Hey all just curious as to what your test results were to say you had glandular fever? I had all the symptoms a year ago and was told i had it but than my 'epstein barr master' test come back as 

EBV VCA IgG- Positive

EBV EBNA IgG- Negative

EBV VCA IgM- Negative 

So the dr said that ment a previous infection?.. just after some insight on what others test results were thanks guys 

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    Also i didnt start full on symptoms like fevers and swollen glands and terribly sore throat until a week after this test was taken.. 
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    EBV VCA IgG - positive 475.0

    EBV VCA IgM- negative <10.0

    EBV  EARLY IgG- positive 22.9

    EBV EBNA IgG- positive >600.0 

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    Hi Kurt,

    ​So I guess the results would read as Igm negative and positive for everything else. They told me it means virus is not active but the symptoms were still there and continue to come and go, although much better almost a year later. My daughter has similar results to mine and she has had a very hard time recovering from the virus.

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    Hey Kurt,

    Sorry I can't shed any light on the meaning of blood test results, I'm not very knowledgeable in that way at all. The only thing I know is that my test showed up as positive for EBV at the start of the virus but then as negative thereafter even as the symptoms continued on for an extended period and during recovery.

    Craig

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