Can a child make strep and throat not be soar

Yes it can be happen .There is a difference between the two strep throat and sore throat. Sore throats are caused by a virus action, and symptoms include a runny nose, red eyes, cough. In case of a strep throat, symptoms develop in three day’ s time and can include:fever;difficulty when swallowing and swallowed glands;headache;stomach pain and loss of appetite or nausea. Strep throat is caused by bacteria .

8 responses to “Can a child make strep and throat not be soar”

  1. I have a child who has OCD and tics after a strep infection. The diagnosis is something called “PANDAS” and while its not a common problem it can be quite severe. The link between strep and neurological symptoms is being studied more and more. Maybe some of this info could be added to the article.

  2. My son is 2 1/2 years old. When I try to teach him something (alphabets, numbers, rhymes etc.), he run away not listening to what I am teaching. What should I do? How I can make him sit and concentrate on teaching.

  3. My 8 yr old child was up all night crying with a sore throat. It hurts so bad she can’t even swollow water without crying. She had a low grade fever with swollen lymphnodes with a really red throat. Today I took her to the DR’s and the rapid strep test was negitive. I made them do a 24 hr throat test just to make sure but else could this be????

  4. My friend’s friend came over the other day and she had a soar on her upper lip. She knows of her previouse drug use but she says she doesn’t do it anymore. Are there certain areas where crack users burn their lip when smoking it? Or is this really a plain cold soar?

  5. I have Strep Throat but with very little pain (compared to what I have experienced with Strep in the past). I remember having Strep Throat as a child, many times, and it never failed to make my life a living hell! – Now, my throat is very swolen and red, and my tonsils are covered in (a lot) of pus. It looks disgusting and painful, but really, it has not bothered me very much, at all . . . Is this normal? I mean, could it have anything to do with my age (I am 19)? . . . Why am I not experiencing Strep Throat the way that I used to?

  6. There are a variety of causes. Most are caused by viral or bacterial infections that invade the throat and cause redness and swelling of the tonsils and surrounding tissue, causing pain

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