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Most people will only get mono once, but the infection can make a comeback in rare cases. Mono is a viral infection that causes symptoms like fatigue, swollen lymph nodes, and a severe sore throat. These symptoms usually get better within two to four weeks. Sometimes, fatigue and other symptoms may continue for three to six months or more. That said, symptoms are still possible.
How is mono contracted? Infectious mononucleosis commonly called mono affects about 1 out of every 2, people every year. But for a disease that common, misinformation abounds. Read on to get the facts. Nearly all adults have been exposed to EBV, and it stays in your body your entire life, but not everyone who has EBV will get mono. But kissing is only one way to spread saliva; it can also easily be spread by sharing utensils and glasses. Mono is also spread through nasal fluids, blood and semen.
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