Glandular fever since July 17. Some advice pls

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So found out I had glandular fever last July, swollen glands which went down except one. Anyone they’ve recently came back up in November and haven’t got down especially one on my jaw bone just below the ear, sore throat continuously, dizziness feel sick any one else having this? With constantly swollen glands and it moves . 

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    Hi! I feel like most of my symptoms went away and Then came back a month later! But only the sick and nauseous feeling. It's all terrible! I'm sorry you're not feeling well! 

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    It seems that mono is one very unpleasant roller coaster ride. It is so easy to overdo it, and we have to listen to our bodies and slow way down. I've been forced to take care of myself like I never have before, which isn't altogether a bad thing.

    Do make sure you return to the doctor to get checked out, though. If nothing else, just for your peace of mind. Feel better soon!

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    This happened to me too, I first got sick in February, then got better, and then got all symptoms back in April and have been struggling since.
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    Hi Rosanna,

    I remember specifically having a problem with a gland on the right hand side of my neck in very similar area to you describe. It was sore throughout the duration of the virus, it worried me and they checked it out and it was what they called a reactive gland - which means it's just a normal part of your body fighting infection and with glandular fever this kind of thing can happen, but even though it can linger for a while and during the virus, it does go away and in most instances is nothing to worry about - but of course do get it checked out by the doc if unsure is always the best thing to do.

    Hang in there and still rooting for your recovery - believing you will get better in Jesus' healing name.


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