Review currently available treatment of infectious mononucleosis especially epstein barr virus infectious mononucleosis,glandular fever infectious mononucleosis.Find out more mononucleosis treatment and infectious mononucleosis medicine.
Mononucleosis treatment commonly directed toward decreasing the symptoms of mono.In mononucleosis treatment, antiviral have a little or no advantages.
Mononucleosis Symptoms and Treatment Explained.
1) Mono Symptoms – Fatigue
Mononucleosis symptoms may begin with occurrence of fatigue. The best option to relieve fatigue is rest. Those who are experienced serious mononucleosis symptoms suggested to get plenty of rest in bed without any activity for at least 1 to 2 weeks until the symptoms resolve. Other reason to get rest (avoid contact sport) while on mono symptoms is to avoid and reduce the risk of rupturing the enlarged spleen caused by this Epstein-Bar Virus.
2) Mono Symptoms – Sore Throat
The symptoms of mono commonly start 4 to 6 weeks after you get exposed or infected by epstein barr virus. Sometimes you may experiences a severe mono symptoms sore throat. To reduce or soothe sore throat, you may use throat lozenges or salt water gargle. The pain from sore throat may be relieve with acetaminophen or ibuprofen.
3) Mono Symptoms – Enlarged Spleen
The other symptoms of mononucleosis is enlarged spleen. Spleen is an organ of your lymphatic systems responsible in fluid balance system, fight again infection, and to control blood amount in our body. Mononucleosis may cause your spleen to enlarge 2 or 3 times more than spleen’s normal size. An Enlarged spleen is at high risk to rupture. To reduce the risk, you should avoid any heavy lifting and contact sports for at least 3 to 4 weeks after you get exposed or infected by mononucleosis virus.