Hello, I am a 24 year old rugby player in Canada. 2 summers ago I came down with nasty ol Mono, I had symptoms for about 8 months. It has been almost 2 years since getting Mono and I still have pains in my spleen every time I am physically active.The pain some days can cripple me to take a knee. I have had 6 ultrasounds and the last 3 have shown my spleen is normal size. So the Doctor just says, sorry your ultrasounds are fine! but my body is begs to differ! do I just get over the pain? learn to live it with it? or is there another opion for the pain other than being over sized? would a ultrasound show any scars? I'm really lost on this one.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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