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  • Answer: gargle apple cider vinegar
  • 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: Yes you can have strep throat and not know it. I am a living example. I had strep for about a month my doctor said, and i finally went in do to a rash I got all over my body. And i figured out that my strep had spread to my body and was making marks. So the answer is yes.
  • Answer: Yes, my two year old daughter had both. It is not fun.
  • Answer: it mean sore throat
  • 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: Strep throat is a staph infection that is common in the community. You can get any staph infection by being exposed to the bacteria in any number of ways. The easiest way to avoid staph infections are to wash your hands frequently and keep them away from any part of your body that has mucous membranes, e.g. mouth, nose, eyes, etc.
  • Answer: Strep throat is caused by streptococcal (strep) bacteria.There are many different types of strep bacteria. Some cause moreserious illness than others.
  • Answer: Dogs can transiently be infected with Group A Strep when in contact with infected humans
  • Answer: Strep throat is most common in school-age children. People who smoke, who are fatigued, run down, or who live in damp, crowded conditions are also more likely to become infected.
    Strep throat occurs most frequently from November to April. The disease passes directly from person to person by coughing, sneezing, and close contact. Very occasionally the disease is passed through food, when a food handler infected with strep throat accidentally contaminates food by coughing or sneezing. Statistically, if someone in the household is infected, one out of every four other household members may get strep throat within two to seven days.
  • 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: Nothing is impossible but, no your not very likely to die from strep throat. Just try to talk less maybe treat the sickness with medicine, get lots of sleep and you hopefully will feel better in a couple of days.
  • Answer: do not eat anything acitic like tomatoes
  • Answer: gargle salt water. (:

What is the affected organ by having strep throat?

  • If you are referring specifically to the two large knobs that can appear at the back of the throat on either side of the uvula, probably coated in yellow or white spots of discharge, the answer is your tonsils.

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