Streptococcal pharyngitis

What is Streptococcal pharyngitis?

Streptococcal pharyngitis, streptococcal tonsillitis, or streptococcal sore throat (known colloquially as strep throat) is a type of pharyngitis caused by a group A streptococcus.

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Had strep pharyngitis - treated with amoxil. Then tonsils remained swollen (have been swollen x 2 years). treated with prednisone 60mg x5days. now...

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You have chronic tonsilltis. so after treating the present infection with a short course of antibiotics, plan for surgery i.e. tonsillectomy

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Every now and then I get one or two little red bumps on my vagina. The have very little itch to them. They pop up out of no where and are gone...

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there are usually fungal infections in that areas very common as this remaains wet and urine touches it everytime you pis
so keep local hygiene...

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Having stomach upset and diarrhea for a few weeks as well as tingling all over body. I had strep throat a month ago and was on augmetin. Had severe...

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Possibly you have an irritable bowel but worthwhile ruling out an inflammatory bowel disease by doing an stool examination and colonoscopy....

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