Some people have problem with NO and would like to go the opposite way to this approach. I'm agnostic about NO because I accept we need it. I've long worked on the assumption that the interaction of Nitric Oxide and Superoxide causes us a lot of problems. I follow the line that the Superoxide given off by EBV infected B cells when it interacts with naturally occuring Nitric Oxide causes a quite damaging formation of peroxynitrite. Because peroxynitrite has a very short life it keeps breaking down and reforming so it ends up expanding exponentially. This is not good for us! I don't know if adding Nitric Oxide excites this process but the Superoxide certainly does.
If you are going to follow this approach I would be trying to attack the EBV by using Acyclovir and any other anti EBV agent you can find. Left untreated,the viral load increases each time you make a new B cell. I have diarised my experiences on this board under the heading "Avonex and Valtrex" which lists some suggestions you could try.
I'm a bit concerned you are playing with matches in a haystack.