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Sam Darnold has mononucleosis, what does it mean

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Should you say goodbye to the New York Jets season? Finally, starting Jets starting quarterback Sam Darnold, the Jets, known as "Kiss disease", also known as infectious mononucleosis, also known as affection as monkeys.

It is unclear how Darnold got the monkey. He has neither kissed nor said. You may not even know how you got it because it takes some time for symptoms to appear, usually four to six weeks after the virus starts. Hell, some people can't remember what they did today, much less four or six weeks ago.

Also, kissing is not the only way to catch a monkey. Various body fluids, such as blood, semen, and saliva, come into contact with saliva more often causing viruses that cause monkeys. Therefore, injecting saliva from an infectious person into the eyeball or nose can pass to a monkey. The most common methods of obtaining mono include drinking, food, utensils, and other items, which can touch the saliva of an infectious person.

Note that I said "viruses that cause mono" and not "viruses". While Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) is the most common culprit, other viruses can cause mono-cryptovirus (CMV), rubella, hepatitis A, B or C, HIV, and adenovirus. Therefore, in this way, mono is actually many, as in many possible reasons. In fact, there are also non-viral causes of monkey-like toxoplasmosis.

Extreme fatigue is one reason why Darnold will not be able to play for a while. As described by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), mono will usually result in two or four weeks of some combination of the following symptoms: extreme fatigue, fever, sore throat, headaches and body aches, lymph nodes liver inflammation. And one rash though, sometimes the symptoms will last a long time, possibly for a very long time, in rare cases, even up to six months.

Another possible reason for keeping Darnold out is his spleen rupture. In some cases, the monkey may result in an enlarged spleen, also known as splenomegaly. Splenomegaly may persist even after the resolution of other symptoms. The suffix "-regalia" after a part of the body means that the body part is "enlarged". So, in theory, "walletmegali" would be a big wallet.

An enlarged spleen may resemble an inflated balloon, easily rupturing when hit. Your spleen is located on the left side of your stomach inside your body. Note: If your spleen is out of your body, consult your doctor immediately.

You can think a lot about your spleen. After all, you can't take a selfie. However, your spleen performs some important functions, such as filtering old red blood cells from your blood, storing platelets and white blood cells, and serving as a defense system against certain types of bacteria. Here is a video from WebMD that describes your spleen as a "gorilla for your blood":

Your spleen is not the same as your head. You can live without it, but you may be susceptible to some bacterial infections. Anyway, rupture of your spleen is a medical emergency, as many blood vessels pass through it, meaning it can bleed.

A publication in a magazine called Sports Health provides some guidelines as to when to return to sport after diagnosis with mono. Jonathan A. of Louisville Baker University As MD and Julie Anne Smith recommend at least 10 to 14 days after the onset of symptoms until your symptoms have completely resolved. Then, wait another 14 days before resuming light activity. Do not try to increase your activity until you control the size of your spleen. A doctor may try to feel the size of your spleen, but as it occurs inside your body and below your rib, such estimates may be incorrect. An ultrasound is a more accurate way to determine if your spleen is enlarged. If your spleen is not enlarged, you can gradually and progressively increase activity. Continue to avoid contact sports until your doctor has deemed you ready, which may take up to 28 more days.

Adding all these days means that Darnold will be left for at least one and a half or two months. However, it can easily run out in the long run. Since there is no real treatment for the monkey for rest, apart from over-the-counter medications for comfort, good hydration, and personal symptoms, there is not much you can do to speed up your withdrawal.