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What causes glandular fever?

4y.o.child diagnosed with glandular fever . No blood test done. Started with steady vomiting high temperature. Diagnosed as gastro although no diaherra. Headache. Later diagnosed as g.f. .one week later very ...
 

Is it safe to travel with glandular fever?

I have just be diagnosed with glandular fever am I safe to go on holiday? I go next week ...
 

12 year child diagnosed with recurring glandular fever. Is this related to hepatitis?

My daughter is nearly 12 years old and 3 years ago I believe she had glandular fever taking 8 ... for glandular fever as the Doctor had not thought this necessary up until this time. she tested positive ...
 

Child having glandular fever and white spots on tonsils. Should I be worried?

My daughter has glandular fever and white spots on her tonsils. She has now developed a black spot on one of her tonsils. Should we be worried? ...
 

Suffering with exercise related asthma, consistent glandular fever. Safe to participate in sports?

Yes please. I have a son who has both exercise related asthma and who has had glandular fever for the past six weeks. He is sixteen years and has this week been called to the panel for our County team. I ...
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Is glandular fever contagious ?

My girlfriend was diagnosed with glandular fever from a blood test on Tuesday, but has been ... morning I vomited the entire contents of my stomach. What are the chances I ve contracted glandular fever ...
 

Suggest treatments for scarlet fever or glandular fever

hi my son who is almost 19 attended his gp yesterday and was told he has either scarlet fever or glandular fever.he ws prescribed antibiotics and a cream for the rash.i just want to know ...
 

what is the psychological perspectives on glandular fever ?

What is the psychoanalytical perspective on glandular fever and possible psychological aspects to it ? ...
 

Rash after having glandular fever

I have recently had glandular fever and after drinking for the first time in 3 months, a red itchy rash appeared on my face and neck, is this caused by the alcohol, the virus or something else ? I am ...
 

Glandular fever, pain in legs and buttocks

I have glandular fever and bad pains in both my legs and muscles in my behind ...
 

Treatment for glandular fever, overweight, tiredness?

I have two straines of glandular fever, over weight and get tired easily. Found out I have a high level of allergy to certain grasses. Also found out the cancer runs in the family. My mum mum died ...
 

Constant swollen gland on left side of neck, intermittent sore throat with itching in ear. Glandular fever ?

ago and was diagnosed with glandular fever . also had obce before this. ...
 

hepatitis/glandular fever, Can you explain this ?

I currently have hepatitis from getting glandular fever. I have recieved my blood tests back and have been told i am close to an emergency level. Can you explain this ? if i was told my blood level ...
 

I am diagonised with glandular fever. I have been smoking pure methamphetamine

hi my name is melissa i was recently diagonsd with glandular fever and had it b4 wen i was 16 and nnow iv got it again im not sure how long iv had it i hav unfortunatly been smoking pure ...
 

Sore throat, swollen glands, tiredness, traces of glandular fever. Safe to play sports?

hi my 14 year old son has traces of glandular fever in his system he has had a sore throat , swollen glands and is experiencing extreme tiredness a repeat blood test will be taken in 4 weeks time ...
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I went see my gp recently and he thinks i could have irritable bowel syndrome. Could it be related to the glandular fever i had up until about xmas?
The symptoms in glandular fever are in many ways different than ones seen in the IBS (Irritable bowel syndrome). I would consider it reasonable to follow your GP.
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