I was diagnosed with Mono two days ago after taking antibiotics a few days because the doc thought it was strep throat. My main problem was a horrible sore throat. My tonsils were very swollen and covered in white exudate. I had spit in a cup because i couldn't swallow. I couldn't sleep for a few nights because it was so painful. I also had a mild fever at night and would sweat in bed. My fatigue isn't too bad, although I definitely sleeping more and take a few naps. I took Mercurius solubilis for 2 days and my tonsil swelling has gone down a bit and the white exudate is starting to come off, although the pain is still pretty bad. I'm able to sleep better and fever/sweating has improved a little. I'm still pretty fatigue and my body is kinda weak. I would appreciate any recommendations for what I should take now? My mother recommended Lachesis, but just wanted ask a few other people as she's not very experienced. Thanks~
mbearman on 2017-11-22
Forgot to add, I am 19 years old (male) and a very studious college student. Haven't been able to get much much work done lately and it's making me very anxious.
mbearman 5 months agoContinue merc Sol for 5 days till you recover.Pl in future never take too hot too cold fried spicy food.Pl avoid yelling or using loud voice.After 5 days report.
♥ akshaymohl 5 months agomy throat is feeling a lot better. Still a little swollen and pink but I am able to eat solid foods and it is getting better everyday. I'm still fatigued throughout the day.
mbearman 5 months ago
♥ akshaymohl 5 months ago
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