Lymph node in back of neck (lumpy one) on 1 side is swollen. Sore throat headache no fatigue. Was told I had strep, mono, or viral infection. Which?

See below. Who told you the possibilities? Strep and mono can both be tested for. Certainly there are numerous viruses that can cause your symptoms, that are normally not tested for.

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