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Could mono push your period back?

Could mono push your period back?

Yes if you are: Ill enough. Significant medical illnesses can cause a period to be delayed. ...Read more

Dr. Michael Ein
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Mono (Definition)

Infectious mononucleosis, also known as mono, is a contagious illness caused by the Epstein-Barr virus. Symptoms include fever, fatigue, sore throat, enlarged lymph nodes, and enlarged spleen. It is spread via saliva, hence its ...Read more


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Could mono push back my period?

Could mono push back my period?

A significant case : Of mononucleosis could. Reasons for missed/late periods: low body weight, obesity, marked weight ^ or v, over-exercise, endurance athletics, breast-feeding, ^ stress, illness, eating disorders (bulimia or anorexia), anovulatory cycle (no egg released), travel, hormone irregularities, drug use, meds (i.e., birth control) or medical problems. #1 reason is pregnancy. ...Read more

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Should I push for a tissue biopsy? Clean chest CT normal CBC but very elevated EBNA and IgG, neg for mono. Many symptoms of lymphoma & leukemia.

Should I push for a tissue biopsy? Clean chest CT normal CBC but very elevated EBNA and IgG, neg for mono. Many symptoms of lymphoma & leukemia.

Listen to your: doctor. Who would you push for a biopsy? It is quite likely that the child has enlarged lymph nodes due to some infection, more than likely Epstein Barr virus infection. Please wait it out and pay heed to the advice of your doctor(s). ...Read more

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Can mono stay latent in the body?

Can mono stay latent in the body?

EBV: Mono is the disease caused by epstein-barr virus (ebv). Mono doesn't remain latent, but ebv does. ...Read more

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Could mono transmitted through oral?

Could mono transmitted through oral?

Mono: Yes, Mononucleosis virus is readily spread by oropharyngeal contact with someone els. It is not transmitted sexually. ...Read more

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How common are complications from mono?

Mononucleosis: Complications are not uncommon and may be more serious than the disease itself. They can include spleen enlargement, liver disease and jaundice. Blood disorders, myocarditis, meningitis, encephalitis and guillain-barre syndrome, and significant tonsil swelling. ...Read more

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Can i relapse from mono a few weeks later?

Recurrence of mono?: Usually there is no recurrence however there can be other opportunist infections when the body resistance is down. ...Read more

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What are natural or home made remedies for mono?

What are natural or home made remedies for mono?

Nothing special: Since this is viral & self heals over time, there is no need for "treatments". Your main effort is to avoid actions which could hurt your system. Mono will usually have a mild hepatitis, so avoiding alcohol is prudent. The biggest lymph node in your body, the spleen, usually swells, so avoiding trauma that could rupture it is recommended. Good balanced nutrition & rest assures a good recovery. ...Read more

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What is the difference between doxycy HYC and Mono?

What is the difference between doxycy HYC and Mono?

Antibiotic/Disease: Doxycy HYC is an Antibiotic and MonoNucleosis often called only Mono is a Disease also called Glandular Fever ...Read more

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How did you know you have the beginning symptoms of mono?

Symptoms: Mononucleosis presents with swollen tonsils that may have white to yellow exudates, skin rash, enlarged lymph nodes on the front ; back of your neck and enlarged spleen ;/or liver. Your white blood cell will be elevated. A monospot test will show - or + for mono ; antibody titers can distinguish btwn old vs new infection. ...Read more

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What is the probability that i could catch mono from my brother?

What is the probability that i could catch mono from my brother?

Hard to speculate: Mono is passed in saliva of active cases.This can easily be passed to environmental objects from contaminated fingers & spread to others.Most adults have had mono as kids and are immune.If you did, you are, and won't get it. If not, it could be weeks after exposure before you would develop symptoms. ...Read more

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Res dr i want to know differences between mono focal and focal lences?

Lenses: I am guessing that you mean mono lenses and bifocal lenses. The former is single vision with one focal point. The bifocal has two focal points, one for near and one for far. You are in the age group where that might be helpful. ...Read more

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Mono was diagnosed 2 times in 8 months. What could be causing it to be reactivated?

Infectious Mono: Reactivation of infectious mononucleosis is not common, and would need to know how this diagnosis was established. Assuming that your statement is correct, this would relate to some deviation in your immune system, and whether this could be further defined is problematic. ...Read more

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21 female. I've been taking gericomplex for mono, its not making me energised but i grew 3cms taller since i started it. Why?

21 female. I've been taking gericomplex for mono, its not making me energised but i grew 3cms taller since i started it. Why?

Diurnal variation?: A 21yo female should have already reached her full growth. The gericomplex is a non factor. A normal individual can vary in their height between 0.8-2.8cm during the course of the day. You are tallest when you arise and thereafter gravity pulls you down. Accuracy between measurements is often less than perfectly reproducible. ...Read more

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Is mono contagious?

Is mono contagious?

Yes: Mono -also known as the kissing disease - is contagious. It's spread through spit (liking sharing eating utensils and ... Kissing). ...Read more

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How is mono treated?

How is mono treated?

Comfort: Mono is a viral illness that is usually milder in children and harser in adults. Adults are often symptomatic with lack of energy & increased sleep requirement for up to 3 weeks. Maintaining proper hydration, nutrition and rest is the primary treatment focus. Patients should avoid contact sports, horse or bike riding if their spleen is enlarged.There are no medications for this disorder. ...Read more

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How do you get mono?

How do you get mono?

Saliva: Infectious mononucleosis (mono) is often called kissing disease. Virus causing mono is transmitted through saliva, so you can get it through kissing, but you can also be exposed through a cough or sneeze, or by sharing a glass or food utensils with someone who has mono. However, mononucleosis isn't as contagious as some infections, such as the common cold. ...Read more

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How do you get mono?

How do you get mono?

Saliva: Mono is an infection by epstein barr virus. The virus is spread through saliva. It may also be acquired through blood transfusion. For details see the site below. http://www.medicinenet.com/infectious_mononucleosis/page3.htm#how_is_mono_transmitted_or_spread. ...Read more

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What is mono neuritis?

What is mono neuritis?

Inflammation: Mono neuritis is an inflammation of the peripheral nerve. It can result from trauma, surgery or mechanical abnormality. The more common types are foot neuritis (morton's neuroma) and lower back neuritis (lumbar disc syndrome). See a neurologist or appropriate specialist in the area of the problem to help get treatment. ...Read more

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