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Hello!
I need advice!
My daughter has a cold more than two weeks and she feels generally weak. I have been giving her antibiotics, but they do not help, even her fever (37,8 / 38,5) stays and won’t come down. I am afraid she has mono. What are other symptoms of mono?

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It could be very possible she has mono, although it is more common from age 15 to 30. In general, mononucleosis includes the following symptoms: general weakness, fatigue, fever, sore throat, swollen tonsils, nausea and vomiting, decreased appetite, swollen lymph nodes (neck, armpit), joint pain, headaches, jaundice, enlarged spleen and skin rash.
I think it is best you take your daughter to a doctor then treat her yourself. If mono is the case, do not give her any antibiotics no more!!!!
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