After two or three weeks, the spleen and sometimes the liver become enlarged, too.
How to tell if you have mono
We offer a rapid mono screening test that will give you results in just fifteen minutes, while you wait comfortably. Just walk into any of our clinics when it’s most convenient for you.
What is the treatment for mono?
Once you have your results from the quick mono test, you’ll know whether you need to spend the next several weeks resting while preventing the virus from spreading to family members. We’ll let you know how to stay comfortable and manage your symptoms.
In acute cases, we will prescribe antiviral medication or give you intravenous corticosteroids on site. If your mono is accompanied by a bacterial infection of the throat, we may prescribe antibiotics for that as well.
Once the mono virus has passed it’s unlikely to get it again, although your body will harbor the virus for the rest of your life.
What if your mono remains untreated?
If you think you have mono, it’s important to get a rapid mono test as soon as you can to diagnose your symptoms. Failing to treat mono can lead to severe complications, including: