My G.I. specialist did a lot of testing and two came back abnormal (EBV and ANA) : EBV AB to VIRAL CAPSID AG, IGG Result: 373 (range: 0-22) EBV AB to VIRAL CAPSID AG, IGM Result: <10 (range: 0-44) EBV AB to NUCLEAR AG, IGG Result: 478 (range: 0-22) EBV AB to EARLY (D) AG, IGG Result: 5.2 (range: 0-11) He said he thinks that IGG indicates prior infection vs. IGM would indicate active infection, but he wasn't positive. I did have a pretty bad cased of mono as a teenager. On the ANA test it just says "Result: equivocal" and status is "Abnormal". There is no explanation listed and he didn't mention it. Shouldn't that require more followup testing? Everything else was fine: AAT, liver, copper, smooth muscle, mitochondrial, ceruplasmin, alk phos, ammonia Thanks for any help!