Well, today I called my PCP to see if he got the results of the blodwork that my neuro sent me for, he looked everything over and said that everything was normal, ESR, ANA, the other two that I can't even spell, and he said that the IGG level of my EBV bloodwork was elevated. From what I understand this would be considered chronic EBV. I have to wait til tomorrow to talk to the nurse at my neuros office to see what she says about
the bloodwork. To be honest with you all, I don't think that my PCP knows how to read the results. He has probably never had to read bloodwork results like this before. Isn't IGG levels considered "chronic?" And I thought that IGM was "acute" infection. I still have the weird feelings in my face and legs, but it has calmed down some since starting the Metanx. My pcp never heard of this. I just hope that the pcp knows what he's talking about
and tomorrow the neuros office says the same. Now all I have to worry about
is when the neuro looks at my brain and c-spine MRI she doesn't see something that the radiologist missed. That would be my luck. What do you guys think?