Rated 5.0/5 based on 16 votes

Top
10
Doctor insights on: Mono And Infertility

Share
Dr. Philip Chenette
Board Certified, Fertility Medicine
32 years in practice
1M people helped
1

1
Can mono cause infertility in men or women?

Can mono cause infertility in men or women?

Yes: Monomucleosis, like any medical stress, can cause infertility in men and women. The effects are generally short-term and reversible. ...Read more

Get help from a doctor now ›
Dr. Warren Strudwick
Board Certified
24 years in practice
282K people helped
Get help from a real doctor now
Continue
Dr. Khurram Rehman
1,166 doctors shared insights

Infertility (Definition)

Infertility is defined medically as the inability to conceive a baby after 12 months of ...Read more


Dr. Heidi Fowler
Board Certified, Psychiatry
19 years in practice
527M people helped
2
Dr. Warren Strudwick
Board Certified
24 years in practice
282K people helped
Get help from a real doctor now
Continue
Dr. Ed Friedlander
Board Certified, Pathology
38 years in practice
136M people helped
3

3
What are "lymphs" and "monos"?

What are "lymphs" and "monos"?

White blood cells: Lymphocytes and monocytes. Two classes of your friends who fight infections and invaders. ...Read more

Get help from a doctor now ›
Dr. Francine Yep
Board Certified, Family Medicine
25 years in practice
8M people helped
4

4
How prevalent is the mono in the us?

How prevalent is the mono in the us?

Very common: 2 out of every 1, 000 teens have had mono or been exposed to mono. By the time we hit our forties, about 95% of americans have been exposed to mono. ...Read more

Get help from a doctor now ›
Dr. Warren Strudwick
Board Certified
24 years in practice
282K people helped
Get help from a specialist now
Continue
Dr. Danny Proffitt
Board Certified, Family Medicine
37 years in practice
19M people helped
5

5
How long does mono last?

How long does mono last?

Varies: Mononucleosis is a viral illness. It can last from a few days to several weeks to months. Rest, nutrition, and time are necessary for treatment. One can have a mild case or a more severe case to include a hepatitis. If not progressing, please follow up with your pcp or an infectious disease doctor. ...Read more

Get help from a doctor now ›
Dr. Carla Enriquez
Board Certified, Adolescent Medicine
44 years in practice
19M people helped
6

6
What is involved in the testing for mono?

See your doctor: Physical examination, lab tests.

Get a more detailed answer ›
Dr. Ziad Akl
Board Certified, Infectious Disease
25 years in practice
665K people helped
7

7
What are the stages of mono?

What are the stages of mono?

There are no stages: Mono causes sore throat fever malaise lymph node swelling in neck. It can take several weeks for complete revovery. ...Read more

Get help from a doctor now ›
Dr. Cindy Juster
Board Certified, Pediatrics
30 years in practice
2M people helped
9

9
What is the youngest age that kids can get the typical mono syndrome?

What is the youngest age that kids can get the typical mono syndrome?

Possible at any age.: In developed countries, infants and young children who catch mononucleosis may have no symptoms, but any patient could present with sore throat, cold symptoms, headache, enlarged lymph nodes, fever, and/or liver or spleen enlargement or a rash. ...Read more

Get help from a doctor now ›
Dr. Yale Kanter
Board Certified, Ophthalmology
55 years in practice
862K people helped
10

10
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

Get help from a doctor now ›
Dr. Michael Ein
672 doctors shared insights

Mono (Definition)

Of single type or origin ...Read more


Get more personalized answers directly from real doctors!

Get help from a real doctor now
Dr. Warren Strudwick
Board Certified,
24 years in practice
282K people helped
Continue
72,000 doctors available
Find us on Facebook