Hello to all. I read the Barnabev7’s thread (31/5) and felt astonished. I think the connection between mono and fibromyalgia might apply to me too. I am 48 years old and exactly two years ago I was diagnosed with mono. And I haven’t been myself ever since. As the pain in my -swollen- lymph nodes in my neck never really went away I kept going to back to my ENT doctor several times, afraid I had cancer but he laughed that thought away saying that I’m healthier than he (good bloodtests and a nasal endoscopy twice showed nothing out of the ordinary). He said I still have a low autoimmune system, should rest a lot and take multi-vitamins. I feel it’s not that simple. And a couple of months ago I started having most of the signs and sympoms of fibromyalgia, especially this terrible burning muscle pain which comes and goes in waves throughout the day and sometimes even at night as well as tension and migraine headaches, anxiety and depression. Somewhere deep down I know these two must be connected because in the past two years I have not been like I used to be before I had mono, not one single day! I am tired of the pain, I am tired of being afraid, I want myself back and so I decided to see a specialist that can help me. My question is to which specialist I should go? Rheumatologist? Neurologist? And which tests will I probably have to do? Thank you so much for just reading!