Well so far, I've been to 3 doctors, each who managed to misdiagnose me. I said on my first visit it might be Glandular fever, he said no, its tonsilitus, so did the second one, and the 3rd one. After a blood test came back, he told me it was glandular fever.
My problem is my tonsils are so swollen, but not just, swollen, its like the white coating that tonsilitus adds, is not just a thin coating, its a really thick coating with some areas that almost have a ball growing off of it.
Because I quit smoking on the day I got this infection, i've been coughing up a lot of mucus. The problem is, with this white coating pretty much covering the whole of the back of my throat (just enough to swallow painfully and breath), the mucus can't come up through my throat, it then gets hard to breath so i'm forced to really violently cough it up, which in turn makes my throat 10 x sorer.
Anyway, I just wanted to know some people's stories with glandular fever (mono) or any other virus/infection that has similar effects. Things like the symptoms you got, symptoms you weren't supposed to get but did anyway, recovery time, suggestions etc...
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