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Playing Sports With Mono
I was diagnosed with Mono after being sick for two and a half weeks. It's been a week and a half, and I feel fine. When can I return to playing sports?
Mono: Typically it takes months for your spleen to recover from the acute infection. Normally, any individual diagnosed with acute infectious mono is instructed to stay out of school and any and all physical activity for the nest 3 months. You are at risk for spleen rupture with even mild contact. Conservatively, It will not be safe for you to resume playing sport until late December 2014. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had mono for a week. It has been four days since my symptoms have faded. If I try to play sports too soon is there a possibility that I will relapse?
Relapse?: I doubt that you would relapse, but you may find out your mind is willing but your body is not. You would also be at some risk if your spleen were enlarged (common) making it susceptible to rupture if you fell down or took a hit. Most adults take 2-3 weeks to bounce back with this. Some guidance with a physical exam would be wise. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When it resolves: Participation in all sports should be avoided if a patient has enlarged liver from infectious mononucleosis. When the enlargement has resolved, full activity may be resumed. Acute rupture of an enlarged spleen poses a higher risk than the liver. This usually resolves in a little over a month and the patient must be evaluated and cleared by a physician prior to returning to activity. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had mono, and the doctor said she could feel the tip of my spleen it's been two weeks. Do you think I can play contact football again w/o worrying?
NO: I generally ask my patients to wait at least 4 weeks and I examine and clear them before they can resume contact sports. Sorry! ...Read more
Would I get "mono"? At school today, my friend and I was playing around, and she licked her hands and wiped it all over my mouth. She is diagnosed with mononucleosis, and I'm wondering if I would be affected with "mono" as well. Her hand was dry by the ti
Mononucelosis: Mononucelosis is usually spread by close contact. What your friend did is very inappropriate considering that she has mononucleosis which is an infectious disease. I recommend that you advise your parents about this. Am more concerned that she licked her hands and then wiped it over your mouth. Mono can be spread through things like kissing or sharing eating utensils. I can't tell you if you will get mononucleosis. However, if she is infectious, yes you can get it. ...Read more
Depends: This depends on the stage and your physical findings. In the early stage your glands swell and a centralized gland called the spleen can swell and become vulnerable to rupture if you suffer abdominal trauma of any sort. If it never swells or has already shrunk back to normal, there is no need for you to avoid sports. ...Read more
Heart Dr. Can check: While playing sports, a person could faint for several reasons. He could be overheated or maybe was not drinking enough fluids. In those two situations, he will feel faint while standing or when quickly rising to a standing position. He could have a heart malformation or an abnormal heart rhythm. In these two situations, the symptoms may occur more randomly. A cardiologist's evaluation is helpful. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Training: By strengthening themselves and using proper technique they are able to avoid injuries as much as possible. Also wearing proper fitting gear and adhering to the rules helps a lot. ...Read more
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Fun: It's a more fun way to exercise, so you might do it more readily. ...Read more
Plan ahead: The night before hydration and rest. I'm sure you realize as you get older the recovery period takes longer than when you were younger. Plan ahead and hydrate before and after. Depending on where these aches and pains come from, you may need bracing or strapping to prevent injury. Hope this helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: If you need the lenses to see clearly, it might help your playing. If you depend upon the lenses then it is a good idea to have a spare pair on the sidelines because sometimes you might have the lenses knocked out in play. Overall it is likely to be safer as you can detect trouble better with good vision. ...Read more
Sort of, yes!: Http://www. Webmd. Com/fitness-exercise/features/can-you-get-really-fit-with-wii-exercise-games? Page=3.Get a more detailed answer ›
You choose: "whatever looks and feels right to you" is still the best answer even if your athletic days are over. A man doesn't need any more body fat on his torso than is on the back of his hand. Even though you're not playing sports any more, you have asked a health-focused question and perhaps you're also staying fit in some aerobic or strength-building activity. Build & trim your body as feels best. ...Read more
Is there any were in tucson I get get a free sports physical by monday I need it by monday so I can play a sport
Not that I know of.: I'm not aware of any at this time. ...Read more
Heyi am a 20y old young student. I have played sports at high level my whole life but I quit since two years. I am experiencing heartskips. Any help?
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