I went to see Dr Susan Levine in New York City early in June. She asked me many questions about my illness. I've done a great deal of research so I didn't have a lot of questions. She did answer the ones I had. She was very nice. She seems to care about her patients. There were patients coming in for vitamin infusions and other treatments. She gave me a vitamin infusion and if I lived closer I could have gotten one every week and the best part is she bills the insurance companies. Here in Rhode Island I have to pay $125.00 for one infusion. Unfortunately, I can't afford that. Dr Levine called me with the results about 3 weeks later. She said I had high EBV levels and low immune function. She prescribed Valtrex, 500 mg a day for a week, then 500 mg 2x a day after that. She also put me on Low dose Naltrexone. I just started taking it and I started at a low dose, 1 mg a day. I haven't started the Valtrex yet but plan to Monday. She is going to consult with me again at the beginning of August. Hopefully I will see some improvement. I know this will be a slow process. I am nervous about the side effects of Valtrex but I definitely want to give it a try. I will keep you updated on how I make out. I'm very glad I took the trip to New York. I feel I have some hope of improvement and at least I know I am doing all I can to try and get better. Any feedback is welcomed.