My Experience with Mono & Fatigue...natural cures you may not have considered.

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Date Joined Oct 2009
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   Posted 10/19/2009 4:12 AM (GMT -6)   
Hey guys. Well I’ve been dealing with mono & extreme fatigue for the past 5 weeks now.

I just wanted to offer some advice in terms of doctors telling you there is no cure except rest because it is a virus. Well maybe to them euticals there is no cure, but there are plenty of foods and herbs out there that are very anti-viral.
I'll begin with the stuff I used and did wonders in only few days...Garlic..Eat as much of this stuff as you can..Other anti-viral foods consist of onions, broccoli, and apples

also..I used echinacea/echina force- It's a flower/ herb with strong anti-viral properties

I can definitely relate to the torture and pain that goes with this stuff. But just endure it, it's worthwhile.

But the best stuff I started taking 3 weeks ago and helps me a lot is an antiviral, natural supplement (called Gene-Eden) that targets EBV and CMV viruses in the body, and brings back our immune system to where it was before…!
After two weeks the main change was that I felt much energized than before...almost like I used to be when healthy.
A week later, the other symptoms significantly weakened, and I slept and felt much better.

anyways hope this can help someone out there, who suffers from what I have been through.
take care,

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Date Joined Aug 2009
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   Posted 10/21/2009 4:28 AM (GMT -6)   
I totally relate to what you are saying here. I am a big fan of healthy nutrition and natural remedies.
I too use this antiviral supplement you mentioned, and it helped me sleep better at nights and get some of my energy back.

Isn't it amazing to see how physicians /pharmaceuticals are often helpless when it comes to this chronic problem?
It makes you do your own search for solutions, even if they are not always the "conventional" ones...

Hope you feel better,

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   Posted 10/21/2009 8:33 AM (GMT -6)   
I had Mono at age 36.All I wanted to do was sleep.It took 3 weeks of testing to comfirm Mono.I was dead tired all the time & it took months to get over.......

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   Posted 10/24/2009 1:32 PM (GMT -6)   
Hello, I am new here and I was just diagnosed with Chronic Mono yesterday. Apparently I had Mono at some point in my life and did not know therefore I did not get any treatment for it b/c my dr thought it was just some other virus that they couldn't do anything for so I did not get treated properly. So, now I have the Chronic Mono and the weird thing about it is that my body doesn't fight it b/c it doesn't recognize the virus. And of course with the Chronic Mono I get to have the Epstein Barr Virus too. My dr is running more blood tests to get more answers and she started me on the Glutathione/ATP injections for the next 6 weeks in which then I will go back and do more blood tests.

I have been sick most of my natural life, always with something. My immune system is very supressed. And instead of having the minimum 30% energy stored in my muscles that every human being is naturally born with, my energy level is 11% so hopefully the Glutathionel/ATP injections will work for me.

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   Posted 10/26/2009 3:00 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi Sickly,
I know how you feel, my main concern when I got Mono was that it will become chronic, this is why I decided to boost up my immune sys. as fast as I can with healthy diet and gene-eden that was effective mainly in targeting chronic viruses.
Don't give up!!
you can start changing your nutrition habits, take good natural supplements that will help you in reducing the amount of chronic viruses in your body significantly and improve your immune system, it's possible, not something that you need to live with for the rest of your life.

Do what I did, take a blood test before and take another one few weeks later on and compare the results, you will see a difference.
Good luck.

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   Posted 10/26/2009 12:19 PM (GMT -6)   
Thanks SuperNanny,

That's what my Internal Medicine Specialist is doing actually. I go back in 6weeks to see how my immune system is doing at that point with the injections I am taking. I have supplements out the ying-yang, I have Super B Complex, B6, B12, Multi-Vitamin, and I couldn't tell you what others I have w/o looking at them (well I'd have to find them first lol).

I've been thru so much in my life that giving up at times has been an option b/c I've been thru so much but I know that if I do, my illnesses win and I lose again.


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Date Joined Dec 2006
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   Posted 10/28/2009 7:19 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi Supernanny,

Glad you shared about this product. I just had a couple questions.

Did you find you felt any worse while you were taking the product? I tried antivirals before and felt really lousy before feeling better which is why I ask...hoping it's not the case with this one.

Also, I couldn't find a list of ingredients for the product. Can you tell me what's actually in it? Herbs or something?

Is it a powder or tablets or? If it's tablet or capsule, is there an ingredient list of what's in these also?

I have a lot of sensitivities and just like to know what is in a product before I order it.

Thanks for your time and consideration in sharing!


New Member

Date Joined Oct 2009
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   Posted 10/28/2009 9:35 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi SuperNanny,

Got lab results today and White Cell Counts are okay so doc wants to just stick to our original plan of the Glutathione/ATP injections and then re-draw blood in 5 more weeks which would be around the 1st of December. This blood draw will tell us if my energy level has increased from 11% and if my immune system has increased at all. I did find some D-3 Immune/Bone Health Vitamins at my condo today while I was looking for my Medical Dictionary so I am going to start taking those again to see if they help as well. I actually need to visit quite a few of the boards on this site but I haven't found the time to get there with school and working around the house and kids etc. but eventually I'll get there.

Have a great night!

Little Eve
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   Posted 12/8/2013 11:02 AM (GMT -6)   

I just wanted to say thank you for posting about solutions that have worked for you! On the Internet, I think it's easy to find folks posting about their problems but people rarely take the time to post about what helped them. Thank you!
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