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Re: Mononucleosis and Depression

Posted by Lily on May 23, 1999, at 20:50:19

In reply to Re: Mononucleosis and Depression, posted by Wayne R. on May 23, 1999, at 7:34:07

>I have been reading this website since February when I "discovered" it. This is the first time I have responded. I had mono as a teen, but didn't experience depression until after my fourth child was born in 1991 when I was 33 years old. I believe my depression was postpartum, however, it was not self-limiting. I continue to require treatment 7 years later. Another daughter of mine, age 17, had mono in the spring of 1998. In the summer of 1998 she began having panic attacks and severe depression. She began having severe PMS symptoms. As soon as she began treatment with zoloft, she responded and is basically symptom free. I strongly feel, and have always felt, there is a direct connection between here mono (Epstein/Barr virus) and the onset of depression. I, too, am interested in further commentary on this topic.




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