Or did it never go away? Sometimes Mono can hang around for a while. But if you truly have been getting it several different times, you should see a specialist.
Mono is nicknamed the Kissing Disease. It is very infectious. Change your boy friend or girl friend, they may be giving it to you.
You don't just get mono from kissing. It travels by saliva. You could get it just by being next to someone when they cough or sneeze. Me for example, I've never kissed anyone my whole life.. yet I got mono.. and the doctor said it was probably from being on a plane with several other people. You cannot get mono more than once. It may seem that way, because you will feel fine for even MONTHS before the symptoms come back again. But really you never got rid of it. Which is why doctors say, if your symptoms go away, DO NOT stop treating your mono for another TWO WEEKS AFTER. STAY IN BED AND REST ANYWAYS.
The principal cause of Mono is the Epstein- Barr virus.In persons with normal immune systems, the virus eventually does just become so dormant in the system , it is practically unnoticeable without very specific tests. In others , it never really withdraws from our system. If it become active again as Mono, the person affects may have an auto immune disease. Many types of Leukemia have been connected with the Epstein Barr virus staying active and the immune system not being able to fight it off. There are a lot of tests that can be done to find out why this infection is reoccurring. The patient may need immunotherapy to strengthen their immune system. But it is something that shouldn't be ignored.
The MMR vaccine or Multiple Vaccine gives immunity to the body.It helps prevent many diseases such as pneumonia, menengitis, liver cancer,many infectious diseases about 16 of them such as measles.
Multiple sclerosis is not an infectious disease (it can be caused by an infectious disease though). boala lyme http://www.facebook.com/BoalaLyme
No. It is an autoimmune disease. The body's defenses are attacking the body instead of what is considered to be foreign. A variety of viruses have been linked to MS, including Epstein-Barr, the virus that causes infectious mononucleosis but the link is not been proven. A spirochete is not a virus but a type of bacteria.
There are multiple reasons, including behavioral, infectious, neoplasia and auto-immune disease.
Higher-than-normal T-cell levels may be due to: * Acute lymphocytic leukemia * Infectious mononucleosis * Multiple myeloma Lower than normal levels of Neutrophils can be caused by a failure of the bone marrow to make enough neutrophils. It may also occur when white blood cells are destroyed faster than they can be produced.
Multiple sclerosis , colitis, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, cancer, hepatitis , hyperactivity, psoriasis, eczema , diabetes, herpes, mononucleosis , and adrenal failure.
Most children have been infected by at least one adenovirus by the time they reach school age. Most adults have acquired immunity to multiple adenovirus types due to infections they had as children
Least Common Multiple Actually, the answer would be "a Multiple"
Immunity is the internal protection of an organism from infection with a pathogen. Therefore, immunity (which is typically conferred by the immune system) has the role of protection against disease in animals. However, another aspect of immunity is innate or species-based immunity. This is conferred by the genetics of the species and protects the animal against pathogens that infect other species of animals. For instance, cattle are not susceptible to PRRS virus infection because PRRS is specific for pigs. This is not true of all diseases, however - viruses such as rabies and foot and mouth disease virus can infect multiple species.
yes. multiple times actually.
Actually, it can be possible.
60 is the lowest common multiple. actually no, 30 is.