Pins and needles, Electric jolts to fingers and toes. Weak grip? Off balance

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did anyone have these im a month and a half in. im doing better. its just the fatigue stiff joints, electric pins and needles that weaken my grip. honestly frig dis virus lol but im praying for you all god helps us see hope and healing soon

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    i had mono back in january and i still dont have all my energy back and yes i had all that for the first 2 months and it really sucks honestly the worst iev ever felt

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    i had mono back in january and i still dont have all my energy back and yes i had all that for the first 2 months and it really sucks honestly the worst iev ever felt

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    i had mono back in january and i still dont have all my energy back and yes i had all that for the first 2 months and it really sucks honestly the worst iev ever felt

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    Yes, after the acute phase was over I was thinking that I am actually recovering .I felt so much much better after being very ill. However, two weeks later muscle twitching started. Then I also got pins and needles and shakiness. I do have these neurological issues for over 4 months now. It is so frightening that I am thinking that the cause of these problems is something worse that was triggered by mono (it seems that a lot of people here consider the worst case scenario). Scientific studies that show that mono can cause other diseases also do not help to get rid of these concerns. The only thing that gives me hope is that many people here have the same issues. I really hope that this is just a harmless symptom of ebv and that this will get away soon...

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