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Had epstein barr and mononucleosis, having sore throat, bronchitis, taken steroid and antibiotic, feels sleepy and tired. Recurrence of mono?

I have had Epstein Barr and Monoucleosis in the past. I had a recent very bad sore throat and bronchitis and all of my lymp nodes in my neck swelled...I was put on a steroid and an antibiotic and am better...but no matter how much I sleep...I almost fall asleep at work when I sit down or become I try to be on my feet even when I don t have to be. Is this a reoccurance of mono maybe? I am tired all the time...even before I got the sore throat and bronchitis.
Asked On : Fri, 1 Jun 2012
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Having sore throat and bronchitis, apart taking antibiotics and steroid, need to have plenty of rest too.

So, you can have some break and drink more water.

You should be checked for mono to determine its re-occurrence.

All the best!
Answered: Sun, 5 Jan 2014
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