Mononucleosis

Kiss disease also called  MONONUCLEOSIS and glandular fever is a syndrome characterized by very high fever, swollen cervical lymph nodes, increase in liver enzymes, enlargement of the spleen and various rashes on the body and chronic fatigue.

These symptoms can last for several weeks, several months or even many years and rarely get complicated by a rupture of the spleen, liver failure or meningitis.

How do you get the syndrome?

The disease is highly contagious and passes through small saliva fragments, can be contracted from a sick person by kissing, coughing, sneezing eating or drinking from common vessels.

What causes the syndrome?

Medicine now sells EPSTEIN BAR VIRUS (EBV) and cytomegalovirus  (CYTOMEGALOVIRUS, CMV) as causes of disease.

There is currently no cure for the disease nor a suitable vaccine.

The Kioroff Method

In our experience, the syndrome is most often caused by viruses such as EBV and CMV, but can also be caused by other viruses and bacteria such as streptococci, staphylococci and others.

During the diagnosis we will locate the cause of the syndrome  Exactly, the weakness in the patient's immune system due to which recovery was delayed  And treatment is given which will cause the patient's immune system to solve the problem itself  Naturally without the need for chemicals or  In painful treatments.