Glandular Fever

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hello, i got glandular fever back in April and im still experiencing nausea and fatigue on and off. the nausea is really starting to annoy me. im not as bad as i was but it still comes and goes in waves. just wondering if anyone else has experienced this or is still experiencing this and would like to know if there is a light at the end of the tunnel?

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    I am sorry to hear you are still going through this, but hopeful that you have had at least some improvement. i have taken zofran for nausea with some success. I have heard it is normal for the fatigue to last that long and that it will eventually get better. best wishes to you

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    Hey there,

    I got sick in may 2018, got mostly better but now going through a relapse. I've had the nausea as well. It wasn't an original symptom from when I first got sick but since my relapsing i've started experiencing it and I totally sympathize, it is very annoying and distracting. Same with the fatigue. My weeks and days can be so up and down! It will definitely clear up one day, though I know it can be frustrating to wait in the meantime. I felt almost 100% this summer but unfortunately I believe catching a cold caused relapse for me, this thing can be so tricky, but it DOES get better.

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      thank you so much for your reply! its nice to know that im not the only one and it will get better. makes it that little bit easier to deal with and stay positive. i hope you recover soon also

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    Hi Dominika and Adrianadisl,

    I came down with mono in late 2016 and have recovered for the most part, I have occasional down days after a virus and get the waves of nausea from time to time. It will get better though with time.

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