Hi everybody. I've been doing some googling online, mostly because I'm trying to figure out a timeframe for when I might be better. I've been on Valcyte now for two months with a little progress, but I still have a ways to go. I've been bedridden since December and I'm slowly climbing my way out of that. I know that many people with chronic fatigue syndrome have high IGG titres for HHV-6, which I certainly have; but I'm wondering if anybody else out there actually has tested positive for acute HHV-6 like I have. I have a high viral load with viral DNA in high quantities in my whole blood testing. I think you call it positive serology. I sent my lab results to the HHV-6 Foundation and they said it was highly unusual to find somebody who tests positive. I have a chronic fatigue specialist who, after my testing positive, said it is extremely rare, and I also found it on a couple of websites that said it is rare, and may not happen at all in people without HIV. I do not have HIV and have been tested three times over a period of six months, so I'm sure it's negative. So I am confused why I am one of the very few people like this. It may explain why my symptoms are so very severe. I've only been sick since November, but when I got sick, I fell extremely sick, almost deathly ill. The Valcyte does seem to be helping as I am making very slow progress. I've been on it for two months. I'm wondering if there is anybody else out there like me who may know when I can physically function again, at last in a capacity that would allow me to take care of myself. I do have low NK cells, like Chronic Fatigue patients. Thanks so much.