Can a child have strep throat and cellulitis at the same time

Yes this can indeed be possible . Strep throat is caused by bacteria. It is most common is teenagers and school going childen. Make sure that you visit a doctor if the symptoms last for too long.

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Posted by roman - May 27, 2010 at 7:27 am

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15 Responses to “Can a child have strep throat and cellulitis at the same time”

  1. dental insurance says:

    why would a kid have cellulitis, and i think somebody likes your site. what do you think


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  3. John Phillips says:

    You should probably take the child to the doctor’s office it still hasn’t disappeared after 3 to 4 days. It’s very unfortunate if the kid has strep throat and cellulitis at the same time, that’s why it’s never too early to take the kid to the hospital, asking for a checkup.


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    In spite of the current emphasis on preventive dental health, many children are still affected by dental caries. In fact,dental caries is the most common chronic infectious disease of childhood. Early childhood caries remains a severe problem in some cultural and ethnic groups.


  5. Botswana Safari says:

    In fact,dental caries is the most common chronic infectious disease of childhood.You need to get a strep test done to determine which kind you have because untreated strep can damage the valves in your heart and needs to be treated with antibiotics. Antibiotics do not work for viral throat infections


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    Antibiotics do not work for viral throat infections. Both should be treated with regular dosing of either tylenol or motrin, warm salt water gargles, increased fluid intake – cold often feels best, and rest.


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    Strep throat is the result of streptococcal (strep) bacteria. There are many different varieties of strep bacteria. Some cause more severe illness than others. Strep throat may be passed individually. Whenever a individual that has strep throat breathes, coughs, or sneezes, tiny droplets together with the strep bacteria within the air. These droplets is often inhaled by other individuals. If you encounter strep, it will need 2 to 5 days before you start to obtain symptoms.


  9. sinus says:

    I have to agree with the other commenter. Would a child really have cellulitis?


  10. seo says:

    Well, it is very rare to see a child who has strep throat and cellulitis at the same time. Actually, this will not happen, only occurs at 0,1%.


  11. dich vu seo says:

    This can happen, but very rare at low percentage. And I never saw this happen before.


  12. thiet ke website says:

    I think it will not happen. This would occur at 0,0001% among people.


  13. weight loss programs says:

    I just started antibiotics for strep throat tonight around 8, I have class tomorrow at 6 and don’t want to go if there is a chance I could spread it to others. Should I be safe by then?


  14. North London property for sale says:

    Antibiotics will not work for viral infections of the throat. Both should be treated with regular doses of either Tylenol or Motrin, gargling with warm salt water, increased fluid intake cold – often feel better, and the rest.


  15. Stacey Lambert says:

    To the comment about “cellulite” above: Stacey, cellulitis has NOTHING AT ALL to do with cellulite. It is an infection of which the white blood cells and the red blood cells are battling and causes high fever, dehydration, blisters, and delirium. If not treated properly, it could lead to sepsis and possible amputation of the infected limb or area. Diabetics are more apt to get it, and if you get it, you need a strong strong antibiotic to cure it.


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