Hi guys, I have posted about this topic before, a couple of months ago, but have some more questions surfacing in light of my most recent EBV tests. As I said before, I am seeing a CFS specialist who treats patients for EBV. When I posted before, in March, I had obtained my EBV tests which indicated that my EA was 40 and my VCA was 640. At the time, my doctor nor I were very concerned. My doctor, and many others, believe my symptoms have been caused by a virus, but my symptoms don't glaringly align with EBV. Most of my symptoms fit into an autonomic dysfunction (I do not have CFS). However, today, I obtained my results from another EBV test done at the end of May. My EA is still 40, however, now my VCA is over 10,000!!!! That is a HUGE jump! My doctor said that these levels are off the charts, and that he treats his EBV patients with Valtrex when they are in the 2000s. However, my doctor also said he doesn't understand how this number could jump so vastly but not my EA. He said he would have expected that number to rise as well. So I am pretty confused. When I look up values of chronic epstein barr on the internet, my VCA values are like WAY larger than most other chronic eb patients I read about. I asked my doctor if this could just be a fluke, and he really didn't seem to think that would happen. Does anyone have any suggestions as to what this could mean??