Kissing sickness in children; close contact, saliva and throat secretions. Infectious mononucleosis, Eptein-Barr virus (EBV) or cytomegalovirus (CMV). Kiss sickness does not have a specific age range, it is a disease that can be caught by people of all age groups. The most common is the 15-18 age range. At the same time, kissing disease is common in children under the age of 5. According to researches; Children younger than 5 years old who catch the Eptein-Barr virus and catch kissing disease with a rate of 50%.
What Are The Symptoms Of Kiss Disease?
Known symptoms of kiss sickness include:
- Feeling weak and tired
- High fever
- Pain in the throat
- Inflammation of the tonsils and enlargement of the tonsils
- Growth in lymph nodes
- Growth with a feeling of fullness in the spleen area
- Liver enlargement
- Formation of skin rashes
What Is The Treatment Of Kiss Disease?
When drinking plenty of fluids, getting plenty of rest, staying away from physical activities for a sufficient time; Kiss sickness heals in 2 to 4 weeks. Antibiotic therapy is useless in this process.