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For those who are XMRV positive: was illness onset sudden or gradual?

Discussion in 'XMRV Testing, Treatment and Transmission' started by subtr4ct, Apr 30, 2010.

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For those who are XMRV positive, was illness onset sudden, gradual, or since birth?

  1. I'm XMRV positive, with sudden onset of illness

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  2. I'm XMRV positive, with gradual onset of illness

    2 vote(s)
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  3. I'm XMRV positive, with illness since birth

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  1. subtr4ct

    subtr4ct Senior Member

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    For those who are XMRV positive: was illness onset sudden, gradual, or since birth?

    If you are XMRV positive by any testing method, please indicate whether your illness came on suddenly or gradually. Thanks!
     
  2. leaves

    leaves Senior Member

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    Could you also include the option symptoms since birth??
     
  3. ukxmrv

    ukxmrv Senior Member

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    Acute viral onset (sore throat, glands, etc, very high temp, tonsils pus, unconscious/delirious)
    Well beforehand
     
  4. SunnyGal

    SunnyGal Senior Member

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    It's a little tricky for me to answer. I definitely did not have acute onset, but I've had suspiscious health issues since I was at least 2.5 years, possibly since birth. But, didn't start to be seriously affected by symptoms until my first pregnancy. So, I put gradual onset (although once I was pregnant it wasn't so gradual), even though I may have been infected with XMRV since birth.
     

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