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Glandular fever and interview watch

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    Hi there

    I went to the doctors this morning and he told me he thinks I have glandular fever, a viral infection and an inflamed liver, but he wants me to go for blood tests tomorrow to find out for sure because I have so much wrong with me he couldn't pinpoint one thing

    However, on Thursday afternoon I have a job interview, it's quite a gruelling interview and it lasts about 2 hours as it's split into different sections.

    I'm not sure what to do about it though, I'm worried that cancelling or rescheduling will ruin my chance of the job but at the same time I've been so ill and exhausted for the past few days now I can barely walk around my house without needing a nap! I'm just not sure what to do

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    TSR Support Team
    Tell them what's wrong with you (as far as you know) and hopefully they'll understand, glandular fever is not fun and I'm sure the others aren't either! You're far better off resting and going another time, and being able to have a better shot at the interview rather than just struggling to sit through it. You don't want to make yourself worse, either. Good luck, hope you feel better soon!
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