Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) is often symptomless, or the symptoms are indistinguishable from other mild illnesses. People with EBV infection usually get better in two to four weeks. After getting an EBV infection, the virus becomes inactive in your body but may sometimes reactivate. IgM antibodies indicate present infection, while positive IgG shows past exposure to EBV.
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