I read so many posts here that they always seem to spur another question from me. I wish I could find my bloodwork results but I seem to have misplaced them. My blood work shows what my doctor called "off the charts" EBV. He seemed to think that I had a very active mono infection that I had for years, and that was one of the main instigators of my fibro. I never had mono as a child or adult. How would I be off the charts? He even consulted an infectious disease physician at Medical College of Virginia to inquire as to why my antibodies would be so high. It seemed to be a huge area of concern for him, but before we ever could pin anything down, I moved out of Virginia. The new doctor that I went to totally dismissed my EBV results. She stated it had nothing to do with fibro, and many normally functioning people show a positive result for an active mono infection even though they do not have mono. I am not going back to see this woman again because she was extremely rude and dismissive towards me. She did make me wonder though, is a high EBV result indicative of a chronic mono infection?