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Scots woman in hospital with "kissing disease" after snog with man in Glasgow bar

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A Scots 'party girl' who claims she was hospitalised after contracting 'kissing disease' from snogging a man in a bar says it 'ruined' her graduation.Neve McRavey, 22, had been out clubbing with her friends earlier this month to celebrate finishing her degree at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow.After meeting a random guy at the bar, Neve says the pair shared an innocent kiss on the dance floor and thought nothing of it.It was only when she woke up the following morning with a sore throat that she realised something was wrong, but put the issue down to tonsillitis.Neve said her symptoms worsened over the following day and when she began 'gagging' on her own saliva, she opted to visit her GP who prescribed her antibiotics.However, when the medicine didn't work, the graduate went to hospital where she was diagnosed with glandular fever and fitted with an IV to rehydrate her.Since snogging the stranger in a bar, Neve says she has been left almost bed bound and has even struggled to leave the house.Neve even admitted contracting glandular fever 'ruined' her graduation on Wednesday, June 26th as her symptoms stopped her from being able to celebrate along with friends and family.She has been single since March, is now warning other singletons to be cautious about who they kiss on nights out to ensure they don't face the same fate as her.Neve, from Glasgow in Scotland, said: "It's called kissing disease.

When I heard this so much regret was going through my head."I've been single since March. I've been going out every weekend with the girls, dancing and having fun."Occasionally I'd meet a guy at the bar and get chatting and have a kiss on the dancefloor."The first couple of weekends in June I was out celebrating handing

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