Because other, more serious viruses such as hepatitis A can cause symptoms similar to mono, your doctor will work to rule out these possibilities. Age is one of the main factors for diagnosing mono along with the most common symptoms: Your doctor will take your temperature and check the glands in your neck, armpits, and groin. Your doctor might also check the upper left part of your stomach to determine if your spleen is enlarged.
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Chronic Mononucleosis in Adults
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But I'm an Adult! One of the problems of getting mono when you are an adult is that it's probably one of the last things that the doctor will think of testing for! Some people may be surprised to learn that they have mono. Mono is usually associated with teenagers and college students, but if you didn't catch it then and have teenagers in the house you may catch it from them, even if they are asymptomatic!
You can help protect yourself by not kissing or sharing drinks, food, or personal items, like toothbrushes, with people who have infectious mononucleosis. You can help relieve symptoms of infectious mononucleosis by— drinking fluids to stay hydrated getting plenty of rest taking over-the-counter medications for pain and fever If you have infectious mononucleosis, you should not take penicillin antibiotics like ampicillin or amoxicillin. Based on the severity of the symptoms, a healthcare provider may recommend treatment of specific organ systems affected by infectious mononucleosis.