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Mononucleosis

Also called: Mono

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Mono can be transmitted by "intimate" contact, but not necessarily from sexual activity, which can involve face-to-face contact even if you...
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Yes, assuming you are well now, a flu vaccine is not contraindicated.
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Hi, If your against drugs or antibiotics, have a look at this link from earthclinic,your find it interesting.Good luckThe link, http://www...
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I have no way of blindly diagnosing you over the Internet, but I can tell you two things about mono....First, the screen test (mono spot) is not very...
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No...you are not more prone to STDs if you had mono in the past. You can catch an STD just as easily as anyone if you are not careful.
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With Mono almost anything is possible; especially masking other disease processes including leukemia.
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Hi Its best you both go and get meds for it, this way you can make sure that you should bot be free again.If I remember right its one of...
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Resolving means "getting better", so resolving mono is someone with mono that is clinically improving.
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That will be up to his medical provider to decide. While there are blood tests (EBV panel, and liver function tests) that can determine the current...
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Mostly jaundice, or the yellowing of the skin. Mononucleosis can cause liver complications which can result in some jaundice. It is realtively rare...
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I had mono when i was 14, for me the pain lasted about two weeks then went away.
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No, as much as i know, you have no need to be afraid of acme in your pubic area -R
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Yes, you can, but very few people do. Mononucleosis is usually caused by the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV). Symptoms usually include fever, swollen and...
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There are theoretical reasons why patients identified with HIV around the time they are first infected (primary, acute infection) may benefit from...
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Infectious mononucleosis or “mono” is caused by Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), a  member of the herpes virus family. It’s spread during close...
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