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Hi! i had mononucleosis almost half an year ago but

Hi! i had mononucleosis almost half an year ago but the test from my liver came back really high, it was 200. The dropping of that number was slow but now it is 19 so the question is that can i drink now normally? I don’t drink regularly so it’s not a problem that i would drink regularly, but i have a party this friday.
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