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A measles-like skin rash anywhere on the face or body; sometimes the rash develops suddenly after taking amoxicillin for a severe sore throat.
Tiny red spots or bruise-like areas inside the mouth, especially on the roof of the mouth (palate).
Soreness in the upper-left abdomen, from an enlarged spleen.
Call Your Doctor About Mononucleosis if:
You have been experiencing mono symptoms -- especially for longer than 10 days -- or you have a severe sore throat for more than a day or two. You need to be examined by a doctor to rule out other illnesses, such as strep throat.
You develop swollen lymph nodes all over your body, which may be a sign of some other illnesses like cancer or HIV (human immunodeficiency virus).
You develop severe abdominal pain, which may indicate a ruptured spleen. Seek emergency medical treatment immediately.
You have both a rash and headache, which might be signs of meningitis.
You develop a rash consisting of many tiny red spots (called petechiae), which could be a sign of a low platelet count or other serious illness such as meningitis.