Symptoms Of Mono (Mononucleosis) l Mono (Mononucleosis) Symptoms

Mononucleosis is the disease which shows its symptoms really easy. We can know this disease by its symptoms easily. If a person is having this disease he/she may knows about the advantages of this disease. We now will discuss some symptoms and signs of mono in this article.

Any disease which is serious or not a complex in series, that disease will show its symptoms and signs before occurring in a person. That is the only way and we can say that a chance to get precautions here for mono, that is nutshell of these kinds of diseases.

Symptoms of Mononucleosis:

Typically, the initial symptoms and signs of mono occur about 10 days after exposure in children and 30 to 50 days after exposure in adults. These symptoms include lack of energy, headache, fatigue, loss of appetite and chills.

After three to five days, any combination of the more intense symptoms and signs may become present, including:

•           Severe sore throat

•           Fever

•           Swollen glands in the neck, armpits and groin

•           Nausea

•           Vomiting

•           Upset stomach

•           Enlarged spleen

•           Enlarged liver

•           Swollen eyelids

•           Swelling around the eyes

•           Rash

•           Weight loss

•           Drowsiness

•           Muscle aches or stiffness

•           Less frequently occurring symptoms and signs include:

•           Mild jaundice (a yellowish tint to skin)

•           Neck stiffness

•           Sensitivity to light/FONT

•           Cough

•           Shortness of breath

•           Chest pain

•           Rapid and/or irregular heart rate

•           Nosebleeds

•           Hives

If you feel any of these symptoms in this disease, then you should go for a doctor soon. Because there is an only person who can save your health is your doctor. You must choose an option whether the regular doping of medicals or advice of your doctor.