Why does mono make you so tired
Infectious mononucleosis is caused by a viral infection, which causes a general lack of energy, fatigue and chills. ChaCha! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/why-does-mono-make-you-so-tired ]
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- why do you get tired when you have mono?
- Q: can someone please explain why you get so fatigued with mono? I'm having trouble finding an explanation online. is it blood related? immune related? i have a pretty good understanding of physiology and anatomy so don't hesitate to be specific. THANKS!!!
- A: Its jsut one of the symptoms of mono. I do not know the exact answer, ask ur dr.
- Can having mono and not knowing it still make you tired five months later?
- A: Yes. But be sure to ask your doctor if he has tested you for Epstein-Barr virus (EPV). I don't know your age, but in younger people, EPV is often the cause of infectious mononucleosis. EPV is treatable but can reoccur, last for longer periods of time and does make you very fatigued. If the exhaustion doesn't pass, you have ongoing sore throat, your lymph nodes stay swollen or you have other symptoms, talk to your doctor about possible differential diagnosis. It could be something else that requires attention.
- Why Am I Tired Even After Mono?
- Q: Last year I started feeling really tired in November. I had no energy and didn't want to go to school or work. In January I took a blood test and found out I had infectious mononucleosis (mono). In June I took another blood test and the results came back negative for mono. At the time I had them check my thyroid as well. I rested all summer to gain back all the strength I felt I had lost. Now, in October, I am still feeling tired all the time. I really have no energy. I felt tired over the summer, but somebody told me that mono still had an effect even after the tests came back negative. Is it still the mono or do you suppose it could be something else? I am trying to avoid the doctor's for as long as possible because I am short on money and I don't have any health insurance. If anyone has been through this, I just need to know if it's mono or if it's really something I should have checked out and tested (again). I know chronic fatigue can mean a lot of things from depression to cancer.
- A: Have you considered Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (also called M.E. in over here in the UK) I suffer from this condition myself and although mine wasn't triggered from mono (or glandular fever as it's called over in the UK), it is a very common trigger of CFS/ME. I'd definately recommend going back to the doctors though, as I would recommend you having blood tests again. It is possible you've become anaemic, or developed thyroid problems since then. If not, then the likely diagnosis is CFS/ME - although I'm no medical professional, so don't take my word for it. I'm sure you don't want to self-diagnose yourself with CFS/ME only to find out a while down the road that actually you're simply anaemic!! Being diagnosed with this illness is basically a process of elimination of other illnesses so the diagnosis does take a while.If you're at school, then I'm guessing your missing quite a few days so will need something to say you have to get the teachers off your back for missing school so frequently. And if you're at work, same applies if you're having a lot of time off and need to get your boss off your back.Hope this all makes sense, I tend to ramble then realise that what I've written is complete rubbish haha. Hope you start feeling better soon hun xxx
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