As the virus develops, individuals may develop a fever. This is one of the main symptoms of the Epstein-Barr virus and often appears together with other flu-like symptoms. A fever develops because the body is working to fight the virus and make itself an inhospitable host. As one's body temperature rises, he or she may experience other uncomfortable symptoms such as sweating or chills, in addition to fatigue.
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