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FasterSkier FasterSkierOctober 18, 2010

Mono truly is the annoying person who won’t leave the party and is ruining everyone’s good time. As much as I’d like to write about something a bit more exciting and, wonder of wonders, something specific to skiing or training, I’m at a loss currently. But in the last few weeks since I received the diagnosis of this really frustrating virus I’ve scoured the internet for information on mono, for testimonials and stories of other athletes who have contracted it and dealt with it. How long was recovery? Are there remedies that alleviate the effects? Can/should I exercise? Fortunately I have a great doctor in Joe Jensen and a really intelligent consulting physician/athlete in Jeff Clarke and both have been invaluable in helping me understand what’s going on and what I can do. So right now I’ll post in the hope that if someone else out there has mono and is searching for answers or commiseration, they might find some here.br /br /But first, a few snapshots of what my days have been like:br /br /div style=”text-align: center;”buy chantix online, buy ventolin inhaler

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