What is the likelihood that one causes the other, or that they would happen concurrently? I know they are both herpes viruses, however I cannot find any articles discussing the appearance of them both within 2 weeks of each other. Seems strange that a normally healthy 19 year old should contract two herpes viruses one immediately following the other. Could the genital herpes (which pronounced first) have caused an immuno-suppressed state wherein the EBV/Mono was easier to contract? Are there any special considerations for the treatment of them together? TYVM for any assistance!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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