Feeling so nauseous every day after having had glandular fever

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hi, my daughter is 14 and had glandular fever a few months ago. She suffers from fatigue but in the last four weeks has been suffering from feeling nauseous every day! has anyone experienced this and if so is there anything to take that might help her? she doesnt like ginger which is a pity as that might help her stomach a little perhaps?

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    I had terrible nausea for months after mono, it really just takes time. A probiotic yogurt may help or a peppermint tea.

    • Posted

      how long did your nausea last? my son is 5 and had mono back in May and is still battling morning nausea/vomitting.

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    I read that Covid (only the live virus, not the vaccine) can reactivate EBV. I have it pretty badly. I notice that after 5-10 minutes of doing any light housework (laundry mostly) I am sweating-even my hair/scalp gets sweaty. I noticed that it hurts to take my medications and eat-i have an autoimmune so i eat mostly alkaline food. I began having trouble eating (i would regurgitate it before it even got to my stomach. Bc she's a teen definitely check her eating habits return to normal as mono can cause anorexia. I say that eating small snacks has been the most successful for me (instead of a bagel with cream cheese i have a mini bagel with less cream cheese). Everyone I know that has had mono has different food cravings as well as foods that make us nauseous. Also, have her eat small bites and chew more than usual to make it easier to swallow. I hope sharing my experience thus far helps.

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    Hi, my son 5, had mono back in May and has since been experience nausea almost every morning as well. We have been through the wringer on specialists to figure it out and are currently waiting to see if we have been accepted to Baylor research GI specialist to figure it out. So far what I can tell you I’ve learned mainly through my own research and experience with this is regular doctors can’t figure it out…. But that it could be pist viral gasteroparesis/GI motility disorder from the virus attacking the central nervous system or gastritis/ peptic ulcer also from the virus.

    Hoping we will get answers soon and get accepted to the research facility.

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