Does anyone know how long the cross reaction rash developed by using
Amoxicillin while infected with Mono last? My 6 yr old daughter was diagnosed
I currently have mono, strep, and a sinus infection. It's been about a ... This Site
Might Help You. RE: How long does a mono/strep/sinus infection ...
Sep 3, 2011 ... Glandular fever, also known as Mononucleosis is a viral condition caused by the
Epstein Barr virus. It is a self-limiting condition and therefore ...
Feb 19, 2016 ... Infectious mononucleosis (IM) is a clinical syndrome. ... Patients usually do not
recall a history of possible exposure. ... A macular erythematous rash may occur
in patients with infectious mononucleosis who are treated with ...
Jun 2, 2007 ... Mono negative but strep positive and put her on a different antibiotic. She was ...
No one seems to know how long this will last on these posts.
What to do if I have rash from amoxicillin while having mono. .... Dr. Bhavin Patel
Dr. Patel. 6. How long will a rash from taking amoxicillin and having mono last?
fatigue; muscle aches or weakness; white patches in the throat; skin rash ·
headache; loss of appetite ... Symptoms of mononucleosis usually last for 1 to 4
weeks, but it might take as long as 2 months ... However, reactivation of the virus
does not result in clinical symptoms in individuals who have normal immune
Jun 2, 2016 ... What does the amoxicillin rash look like? ... (more commonly known as mono)
and then take antibiotics may be more likely to get the rash.
Mononucleosis is a viral infection that is most common in teenagers and is often
spread ... You are unable to go to school, work or do much of anything. ... Swollen
lymph nodes in neck; Enlarged spleen; Red spots in mouth; Skin rash ....
Symptoms from your bout with mononucleosis, such as fatigue, can last for
Feb 15, 2016 ... Read our article and learn more on MedlinePlus: Mononucleosis. ... tonsils with a
whitish-yellow covering; Swollen liver or spleen; Skin rash ... You do not need to
contact a provider unless your symptoms last longer than 10 days or you develop
: ... How long someone with the disease is contagious varies.