How can you tell you have mono
The initial symptoms of mono are a general lack of energy or malaise, a loss of appetite, and chills. The more common MORE? [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/how-can-you-tell-you-have-mono ]
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- How to tell if you have mono?
- Extreme fatigue fever swollen glands in neck sore throat sore tummy (mono makes your spleen swell on the left side of your tummy under your ribs) crave sleep no appetite 6-8 weeks (with absolutely NO physical activity as your spleen could r...
- What is mono?
- What is mononucleosis? Mononucleosis, also called "mono," is a common viral illness that can leave you feeling tired and weak for weeks or months. Mono goes away on its own, but lots of rest and good self-care can help you feel b...
- Where is mono lake
- Mono Lake is located in eastern California, at the foot of the eastern Sierra Nevada, and receives most of its water from Sierran creeks
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- How do I tell if my mono is still contagious?
- Q: I have mono and i want to be able to kiss my girlfriend as soon as possible. I know i can still be contagious for 6 months after but my case is not serious, so how can i tell when im no longer contagious? is there a test or something?
- A: Once you are infected with Epstein Barr virus, the causative agent of mono, you are infected for life. Periodically you will shed virus in your saliva with no symptoms at all. You never know when you are shedding. This is the reason that most of us acquire the infection early in life, from other asymptomatic shedders. Only a relative few manage to make it to adolescence before being infected, and these are the people who get symptomatic mono. But don't worry about your girlfriend. She is probably who you got it from.
- how can you tell the difference between mono and a cold?
- Q: is there any way you can tell without having to go to the doctor?because my friend had mono a short while ago and i think i may have gotten it. my muscles in my back, neck, and legs are sore and in pain, im extremely tired, my nose is stuffed up, my throat is swollen up, making it difficult to eat or even breathe. how do i know its not just a bad cold?
- A: The main physical difference that doctors will look for, before doing lab work, is swollen lymph nodes in your neck. This is a good indication of mono if other symptoms mimic the flu (sudden onset, fever, chills, muscle aches, lethargy, etc.) The lethargy with mono (both Epstein-Barr virus and non-Epstein type) is much worse with mono. You can be absolutely exhausted for six weeks or more, with the virus hanging around for about eight weeks. There is also the danger of tearing your spleen with mono, so you have to limit your physical activity for six weeks. Once you've contracted either form of mononucleosis, the virus never leaves your body. You carry it. That's not to say you are contagious - it's like chicken pox. Most people only catch it once... but I know someone who have got it twice.
- How can you tell if you have mono?
- Q: k well a few days ago, my friend felt sick and she went to the doctor and was + when she took the mono test. And the doctor told her that you can get it from sharing drinks, and forks, and things like that with people. A few days ago I ate from the same fork as her. And now I have a strep throat, my rib cage has been hurting, and I've been getting quite a few headaches. Do you think I have mono?
- A: Symptoms develop about 4-6 weeks (not days) after exposure so I don't know how it could be mono that you have unless this business of "sharing" goes back much further than a few days. I think this much more likely, don't you?You don't know yet that you have Strep throat without a medical diagnosis. See your doctor and find what's going on.
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