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Is dark urine a sign of ruptured spleen with mono?

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In brief: Probably not

May be bilirubin from jaundice with liver effects of mono.
Or concentration if dehydrated. Easily determined by urinalysis exam.

In brief: Probably not

May be bilirubin from jaundice with liver effects of mono.
Or concentration if dehydrated. Easily determined by urinalysis exam.
Dr. Creighton Wright
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Dr. Joel Bessmer
Internal Medicine
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In brief: NO

The darker urine is likely due to bilirubin from the liver also being bothered by the mono.
If you have not already seen a physician and had blood work done, you should do that. Make sure to drink lots of water. If the spleen ruptures, it is life threatening due to severe bleeding in the abdomen.

In brief: NO

The darker urine is likely due to bilirubin from the liver also being bothered by the mono.
If you have not already seen a physician and had blood work done, you should do that. Make sure to drink lots of water. If the spleen ruptures, it is life threatening due to severe bleeding in the abdomen.
Dr. Joel Bessmer
Dr. Joel Bessmer
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