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my friends child has caught measles..he is 2 years old and has not had the mmr jab offered to all babies at 1 year old! my two kids have both had the jab...what are the chances of them catching ...

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 Walked into a isolation room with no protection. Had no contact with the pt. The pt had mrsa. Should I worry?
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Can you give someone mono after having it two years ago?
so, i had mono about two years ago and my friend who i had kissed about two months ago just recently got it.. is it possible that i gave it to him?

Maybe you have AIDS!!!!!!!!!!!!

Joni T
Absolutely! Even if you do not show the symptoms of the illness any longer, it is still a possibility of you being a carrier. Don't let that scare you into not kissing anyone again though, it all depends on the other person's ability to fight off infection and if they had already had mono in the past.

you might be a carrier. you can have it and have no signs of it but carry on to someone else. when I got it many many years ago i found out the guy was a carrier for it:|

Mono will follow you and be part of your life, for the rest of your life!! Don't ever kiss anyone again!! I will notifie the police!!!

yes! i had mono in the 2nd grade and gave it to my boyfriend 16 years later....it IS a virus and you will always have it in your body and it can reappear at anytime

Yes, you can give mono to another person, once you have had it. It stays in your system for the rest of your life. There are different times that you have a flare up that is when you can give it to someone else. But more then likely you won't have any symptoms when you are contagious.

No it's not possible that you gave him mono your friend got mono from some where else

No, mono does not live once it goes away, its not a virus. he must have gotten it somewhere else...sharing a drink or chapstick could do it, you don't have to kiss someone to get mono

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