How long can you suffer from mono after you get it
Mononucleosis can last from one to several weeks. The disease is very rarely fatal. Rest is the usual treatment. ChaCha on! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/how-long-can-you-suffer-from-mono-after-you-get-it ]
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- How long can you suffer from mono after you get it
- Mononucleosis can last from one to several weeks. The disease is very rarely fatal. Rest is the usual treatment. ChaCha on!
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