NPR posted an article today about post-infectious Ebola. It was a bit light on details of patients' symptoms, but I think some will find it interesting: http://www.npr.org/sections/goatsan...of-job-ebola-survivors-who-continue-to-suffer I posted a comment and in the process of doing so came across an interesting description of symptoms from a WHO psychosocial support officer seeing patients, posted in an article on the WHO website: Patients "complain of 'body aches' such as joint, muscle and chest paint . . . headaches and extreme fatigue, making it difficult to take up their former lives -- especially if it involved manual work -- as farmers, labourers and housewives." The quote is from an article posted last October, so I may be treading already posted ground. I may reach out to the author on facebook to ask whether he also has seen an emphasis on exercise problems in post-infectious patients.