barr virus / glandular fever
barr virus / glandular fever information
epstein barr virus /
fever fatigue help contact
Barr Virus Help
Services could be worth contacting if any of the below are indicated:
Epstein Barr virus recurrence
and reactivation; Epstein Barr virus relapse;
Barr virus and m.e;
Barr virus and chronic
fatigue; Epstein Barr virus and post viral
virus and glandular fever troubles; Epstein Barr virus in
on-going Epstein Barr virus; Epstein Barr virus on-going fatigue; EBV help
It would be helpful to contact Epstein Barr virus help services if:
The Epstein Barr virus that causes glandular fever or mono, is shed from the throat and contagious during the illness and up to a year plus, after the infection. After the initial infection, EBV remains in the body, mainly in white blood cells, for life (so in that way it is typical of the herpes family of viruses). However, the virus can become dormant and later reactivate and be shed from the throat again.
really sure how long someone remains contagious but it is thought that
in some cases this may be many months. The battery of
tests for Epstein Barr Virus can be useful to perform if glandular
fever symptoms are there, but other results for glandular fever (namely the monospot test) remain
negative. This battery of
tests will show whether in fact you have had EBV in the past (at some
point) and may help attribute the symptoms and fatigue to a past
occurence of which may have left you with on-going post
viral glandular fever / EBV troubles. Send enquiry to Epstein Barr virus / Glandular
Services if you would like practical help /direction in managing your
health / energies with this type of unexplained but possible Epstein
Barr virus /
glandular fever related trouble.
FURTHER GLANDULAR FEVER INFORMATION
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Acute glandular fever / EBV symptoms:
of the acute
glandular fever symptoms disappear after a
The level of energy can fluctuates so that a few good days and weeks may be followed by energy slumps, fatigue, and bad bouts of glandular fever symptoms. Delayed reaction fatigue is very common in these cases where exercise, excitement and/or stress brings on the extreme fatigue a few days after the event. Glandular Fever relapse can occur when bad bouts of all the old symptoms can strike, leaving the body struggling to get back to where it was. Actual diagnosed glandular fever recurrence is not unknown, but often the symptoms return along with the heavy fatigue but without a new positive diagnosis. If these sort of troubles continue it is referred to as post viral fatigue syndrome. If the fatigue continues it can be referred to chronic fatigue. If you would like some practical help and direction with the management of these types of ongoing glandular fever troubles, then do send a message to glandular fever help services and Gina will see if she can be of practical assistance.Many young sports people suffer with glandular fever and struggle afterwards. It can be incredibly frustrating if you are keen to return to your training but it is important to slowly get back in to it as troubles can greatly worsen if the body is put under too much physcial stress too early on in recovery. Many people coming through to Gina Burton's Glandular Fever Help Services have a sports and training background - over 85% of help enquiries actually. If you would like some practical help and direction with the management of these types of ongoing glandular fever troubles alongside your sport, then do send a message to glandular fever help services and Gina will see if she can be of practical assistance. As well as being a trained nutritional therapist specialising in helping those suffering post glandular fever, she has a bachelor degree in Sports Science and is also a keen sportsperson herself (so understands both the frustartions but also the implications of overdoing it physically).
A new service has been trialling for a year, so more people can receive Gina's advice and recommendations. In the old system Gina charged fully for her time.
NEW UPDATED SERVICE (2013):
After sending a summary of your glandular fever history (click here to do this), Gina will reply with some initial comments. If you are then interested in pursuing her help she will send you further comments and then some further health/symptom/energy/eating questions to complete. On checking through and assessing your information, Gina will then begin to complile a comprehensive set of eating recomendations alongside a document of personalised comments and pointers, other protocols as appropriate (often put together with extra back-up support from an immune specialist clinical herbalist where needed). She will then leave you to start working on changes but checking in with you at various points over the following 9 months and offering follow up recommendations as you go. This is all part of her service.
Gina does not charge fully for this service (for her thinking time, initial e-mails, putting comprehensive and personalised recomendations and protocols together over a couple of days, follow up e-mails and on-going advice over the 9 month period). A minimum of 10-15 hours is usually ploughed in to each case.
She does ask for a one-off donation of £100 to help keep her Help Service going however (with concesssionary donation levels set at £80).
if you want to read more go to http://www.glandularfever.me
Click here if you would like to send Gina a summary of your glandular fever history, for her initial comments
Gina has helped over 1500 EBV / glandular fever sufferers all over the world, since she started her Glandular Fever Help Services in 1998.
She has a great empathy with the frustrating situation you find yourself in, having gone through it all herself. She has always been a very keen sportsperson and therefore understands the frustrations suffered by many people who struggle with this illness and struggle to get back to their old levels of activity. It is very common for young, bright and talented sports competitors to come down with glandular fever. However over the last few years many older people have come through to Gina for advice. As well as studying and qualifying as a nutritional therapist (originally to see if she could start to help herself with post glandular fever toubles) and having a good knowledge of other complimentary therapies, Gina has a bachelor honours degree in sports science.