People who develop enlarged spleens without a physical injury are dealing with a viral condition. Any kind of spleen sickness is viral, and there’s only one virus family that causes spleen inflammation: the herpetic family. Every single type of herpes virus, ranging from simplex 1 to the undiscovered HHV-10, HHV-11, HHV-12, HHV-13, HHV-14, HHV-15, and HHV-16, and all their mutations, can inflame this organ. The most common virus behind spleen inflammation is EBV and its over 60 mutated strains.
Oftentimes, anyone who has any kind of liver condition has also experienced some kind of spleen inflammation at some time in their life, whether they knew it or not. It could range from mild, going completely undiagnosed and diminishing on its own, to extreme, forcing an emergency splenectomy. If your liver condition reached a detectable stage, identified as either hepatitis or an idiopathic autoimmune condition, your spleen was most likely affected in some way by the same chronic viral infection causing the liver issue.
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