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Most people who have infectious mononucleosis (mono) will have it only once.
Mononucleosis - Symptoms and causes - Mayo Clinic Print Overview Infectious mononucleosis (mono) is often called the kissing disease.
Treatment There's no specific therapy available to treat infectious mononucleosis.
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Medications Petechiae may result from taking some types of medications, including: Phenytoin (Cerebyx) Penicillin Quinine (Qualaquin) Infectious diseases Petechiae may be caused by any of a number of fungal, viral and bacterial infec...
When first infected, some adults may have symptoms similar to infectious mononucleosis, including: Fatigue Fever Sore throat Muscle aches CMV mononucleosis is less likely than infectious...
Infectious diseases, viral, bacterial or parasitic, can increase your risk of liver damage.
Sometimes it can cause infectious mononucleosis.
A variety of viruses have been linked to MS , including Epstein-Barr, the virus that causes infectious mononucleosis.
Viruses that have been linked to Bell's palsy include the virus that causes: Cold sores and genital herpes (herpes simplex) Chickenpox and shingles (herpes zoster) Infectious mononucleosis (Epstein-Barr) Cytomegalovi...
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