Mono Question

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  1. Ghostaz0r

    Ghostaz0r With my ego, I can stand there in a Speedo, and be

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    Hey, carrying this question over from the other thread because it got no views:

    Is mono transmitted through sexual means? I.E: Female Self Lubrication?

    I've always wondered if its only in saliva or if its in semen or something.

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    Say i dont, and have never had, mono and I eat out a girl who has it. Will i get it from the p00n juice? or is it merely saliva and saliva alone?
     
  2. Ghostaz0r

    Ghostaz0r With my ego, I can stand there in a Speedo, and be

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    u guys suck :(
     
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    i dunno, but i do know my cousin died from complications of mono since they didnt know he had it and his spleen exploded and he died alone in agony. kinda put me on my toes about the issue. you better believe if i ever feel extra out of energy im checking for it now.:eek3: and he was 21 and in quite good shape, i didnt even know it could kill u.
     
  4. Ghostaz0r

    Ghostaz0r With my ego, I can stand there in a Speedo, and be

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    Yeah it only can if your spleen bursts...thats why they tell you to stay at home in rest and not do any physical activity
     
  5. Mono (Mononucleosis) is passed directly from person to person by contact with saliva. Although it is not highly contagious, it can be transmitted from an infected patient from several weeks to one year from time of infection. Many patients (estimated at 60-80% of all college students) have had mono in childhood, but may not have been specifically diagnosed. This is because they may not have had the typically severe mono symptoms. If they had unrecognized mono in childhood, they are immune, because having the disease usually confers immunity.

    Do not share eating or drinking utensils or toothbrush. Practice good handwashing before food preparation, eating and after bathroom use.

    http://www.mckinley.uiuc.edu/health-info/dis-cond/commdis/inf-mono.html
     
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    Ghostaz0r With my ego, I can stand there in a Speedo, and be

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    Yeah i read that, i guess not then
     

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