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What antibiotic should I use to get rid of poisen oak rashes?

What antibiotic should I use to get rid of poisen oak rashes?

Poison Ivy: Without proper treatment of topical and oral cortisone the rash of poison ivy can last for weeks. See your doctor for a prescription. Antibiotics do not treat poison ivy unless the rash is infected. ...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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How can I get rid of an antibiotic rash with mon?O

How can I get rid of an antibiotic rash  with mon?O

Will resolve: An antibiotic induced rash if not extensive will resolve in 1 to 2 weeks. If however it is uncomfortable your doctor can treat it with topical or internal steroids to speed up the resolution.If this is due to Ampicillin accompanying mono this is not allergic in nature and topicals are adequate treatemnt/. ...Read more

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How do you get rid of a antibiotic rash without medicine?

How do you get rid of a antibiotic rash without medicine?

Stop the antibiotic: If the rash is associated with the antibiotic you should stop taking the antibiotic immediately and consult with your physician. He or she will discuss with you the relationship between the antibiotic and the rash and how to treat. ...Read more

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How can I get rid of mono without a doctor?

How can I get rid of mono without a doctor?

Same as with: There is no real treatment or cure for mono.It is a self resolving illness. The risk you have with self diagnosis is overlooking a treatable illness that may present in the same way, and there are many. Mono can also have some complications that can be avoided with proper monitoring. Your choice. ...Read more

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I have gotten mono twice so far in college. What can I do to prevent it, and how can I get rid of it?

I have gotten mono twice so far in college. What can I do to prevent it, and how can I get rid of it?

See below: Mono is caused by epstien barr virus. Typically you only get it once, but there are other viruses (CMV) that can give you very similar syptoms. Nothing you can do to get rid of it, but sufficient rest is probably your best preventative measure. Good luck. ...Read more

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What do I do to get rid of mono faster?

What do I do to get rid of mono faster?

It's a virus: Mononucleosis is caused by epstein-barr virus. Up to 50% of people are infected with the virus by the age of 5. Most are asymptomatic carriers. The symptoms associated with acute infection can include sore throat/tonsillitis, muscle aches, weakness, fever, & most commonly prolonged fatigue. There really is no way to get over the problem faster other then supportive care. Get your rest! ...Read more

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I had mono when I was younger, could that have been EBV, if so am I still contagious or does the body get rid of it ?

I had mono when I was younger, could that have been EBV, if so am I still contagious or does the body get rid of it ?

Mononucleosis: Mononucleosis is a viral infection (EBV) that can cause extreme fatigue, sore throat, cough, abdominal pains, headaches, swollen lymph nodes and other symptoms. Treatment for Mononucleosis is mainly supportive, meaning plenty of fluids and rest until your immune system isolates it. Spleen enlargement is an uncommon but serious possibility. EBV is a lifelong infection, but usually remains silent. ...Read more

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Is mono something you have for life? Like carrying the infection for life? Or you can get rid of it completely?

Is mono something you have for life? Like carrying the infection for life? Or you can get rid of it completely?

EBV yes, mono no: Like all the human herpes viruses, epstein-barr virus remains in the body, latent some of the body's lymphocytes. It periodically reactivates asymptomatically and it is secreted in the saliva. ...Read more

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How long does it take to get rid of mono or also known as the "kissing disease" ?

How long does it take to get rid of mono or also known as the "kissing disease" ?

2-6 weeks: Depend on severity and signs. Splenomegaly and some nodes may persist a bit longer. Many symptoms are clear by 2 weeks. ...Read more

Dr. John Leander Po
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Antibiotic (Definition)

An antibiotic is a medicine that slows, stops, or kills germs. The germs are usually bacteria causing an infection in a person, so the person uses antibiotics to help his body get ...Read more


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Skin Rash (Definition)

A skin rash is a symptom in which a person has changes on part or all of his skin, such as color changes, bumps, blisters, oozing, peeling, ...Read more