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Old 11-14-2008, 11:39 AM   #16
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Re: 25 yr old female, "newbie" unexplained health problems

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... i know from having mono things will never b "normal" again cuz it will always be in my system and when mono suffers get sick, they will always get sick a little more then the average person that dosent carry it, but i know thats not all my problem is. ... -jenn
Although I know it'll always be in your system, I don't know if the rest of your statement is accurate (at least for everyone)...I had mono...I was the oldest patient to get mono that my doctor ever treated. When you get a childhood disease when you're older (I was over 40 at the time) you get it BAD (and was hospitalized for a period of time)! But, despite some complications and despite a longer recovery period than most, over 15 years have passed and I don't get sicker than the average person...and actually recover from the ordinary cold faster than I did, for what's it's worth.

It is easy to blame things on past conditions but they are not always related.

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Old 11-15-2008, 08:23 AM   #17
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Re: 25 yr old female, "newbie" unexplained health problems

its not what i "blame" things on, its what my doctors tell me. i dont make things up or tell myself things without knowledge or understanding, i go by research and what my doctor tells me. so for me, thats what i believe. im glad its not that way with yo though. your lucky when it comes to that i guess, but not so lucky for all.

 
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