A 44-year-old female asked:
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i keep getting recurrent bouts of glan dular fever, every 3 weeks or so, have to take antibiotics to clear chest. i am fairly healthy normaly, keep workn?

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Dr. Julie Reardon
30 years experience Family Medicine
Rest and listen : Glandular fever is a viral infection, not necessary to take recurrent antibiotics. If having recurrent symptoms a body is screaming that it's not getting what it needs. Often that is rest. Pay attention to a lifestyle at doesn't give your body a chance to heal if symptoms recur.
Answered on Mar 26, 2013
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