Answer: You can get it if: - you are touching areas covered by a strep bacterias and then you touch your nose, eyes or mouth - through contaminated food - through sharing of contaminated dishes - if you are in room where infected person caugh or sneeze
Mostly people are infectious before they have any signs of infection.
Answer: A physician who suspects strep throat (sore throat and fever) recommends a rapid strep test, which involves removal of specimen from the throat, to confirm the diagnosis. In addition, he may send the same specimen to a laboratory to have a throat culture performed. A negative rapid strep test or throat culture indicates the cause is viral in nature.
Answer: No, because we refray from going out from the sun. -actuallyYes, because too much sun or sweating my cause some skin ailments. -physicallyBoth, because strep throat is caused by too much shouting and talking, it might be common to soar throat but strep throat hurts more than soar throat. -mentally and socially and technically
Answer: Other than getting antibiotics, I have been advised by doctors to gargle salt water. The science behind it is that the salt either dehydrates and kills bacteria, or it causes your tonsils/any inflamed tissue to excrete water and decrease the inflammation in your throat.