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What to do about mono pain?

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Dr. Robert Kent
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine 13 years experience
Depends: This depends where the pain is, whether you have throat pain, spleen pain, headaches, etc. As the pain should be fairly short lived, you should speak to your physician who is caring for your mono and they should be able to prescribe something for your pain. Best of luck!
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