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Risk of secondary infection by bacteria

Dec 5th 2013 at 3:05 AM

There is rarely a risk of secondary infection by bacteria, but constipation can turn into a sinus infection or inflammation in the ears. When the disease

becomes persistent or symptoms worsen, contact your doctor.
Sore throat with sore throat, there are scores in the mouth, throat and tonsils. The cause of sore throat is often a virus. are many viruses that can cause this disease.
Very rarely will bacteria (most commonly Streptococcus).
Without resorting to a laboratory, it is difficult to distinguish between a viral and bacterial infection.
However, a bacterial infection can be identified by last longer, be painful and cause high fever. Inflammation often is spread to the nose objects through

the fingers.
Other people who touch these objects are contaminated. Sneezing is also a way to spread the disease. The incubation period lasts two to four days. Symptoms
There is typically severe pain in the throat, worse when swallowing. The fever goes up to 39 º -40 º C, with headaches and general discomfort.

The mucous membranes of the mouth and throat become light red, appear tonsils and a white and yellow blanket on these and on the tongue
The maxillary glands beneath and along the neck muscle swell and become sore.
Typically, the general condition is affected in some way. The condition is painful for three or four days, and the fever disappears after five to six days.

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