This isn't good at all. On the other hand, you can recover from mono pretty quick if you have a strong immune system. I had it about a year ago and was only truly sick for a couple of days. The bad thing with this though is it never goes away.
Henrik Lundqvist has been fighting a stomach ailment. It’s why he didn’t play on Monday and why he missed the post-game interviews after a win over Boston on Sunday, when he was getting intravenous fluid. Hear the gruesome details and we fumble to understand the ailment.
He still doesn’t know why he was throwing up so much during the game that he needed those fluids. He doesn’t feel sick, he just can’t eat big meals comfortably beginning last week. Lundqvist said he is taking medicine for it now and expects it to clear up.
Does it worry Rangers coach John Tortorella?
“Not for a second,” Tortorella said. He expects Lundqvist will be in goal against Nashville tomorrow.
Let's just hope he's OK and can play through whatever it is.
How do you speculate upon something so serious with no concrete information? Seems unprofessional for a writer to speculate on someone's health like this. After all he is a writer, not a doctor. And from what I have read, mono does NOT include stomach issues.