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Prevent streptococcus

This bacteria is the main cause of Strep Throat, Pharyngitis etc. Always keep your mouth clean . Brush regularly. See that thing bacteria doesn't grow in your mouth. Hygiene is the key to avoid streptococcus. Can You Get Strep Throat Without Tonsils Wisledge


Can You Get Strep Throat Without Tonsils Wisledge

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Why do I get a bad taste in back of throat when I eat food and drink.


the best thing to do is go to your doctor for a throat examination
infections of the throat and other underlying medical conditions can be causing this

Oct 07, 2016 | Refrigerators

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what cause bad breath and what to use for it?


There are about 600 different types of bacteria living in your mouth, and they create a lot of different smell. The common reasons come from: dry mouth, diet, smoke, or other diseases like sinusitis, tonsillitis, pharyngitis.
There are some natural remedies you can follow at home which are easy to apply by using some ingredients like: fennel, cinnamon, cloves, lemon juice,...
To know how to use them effectively, consult at: Home Remedies For Bad Breath Authority Remedies

Sep 22, 2016 | Health & Beauty

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lymph nodes on the right side of the neck is swollen


strep throat

Strep Throat Symptoms


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In those individuals who develop strep throat, the symptoms usually begin between 1 to 4 days after initially acquiring the infection (incubation period). The symptoms can range from mild to severe. The sore throat associated with strep throat is usually described as starting rather suddenly, and the tonsils and the back of the throat may appear red and swollen. Swallowing is usually painful, and thus some individuals may have varying degrees of dehydrationdue to lack of adequate fluid intake.
Often times, however, it can be difficult for healthcare professionals to diagnose strep throat based on symptoms alone, as strep throat and a sore throat due to a viral infection can often have similar overlapping symptoms. However, the presence and absence of certain symptoms can make strep throat more likely.
In general, the common signs and symptoms of strep throat include the following:
  • Fever
  • Sore throat
  • Red and swollwen/inflamed tonsillitis)
  • Swollen and tender lymph nodes on the sides of the upper neck (cervical lymphadenopathy)
  • White patches or spots on the tonsils (tonsillar exudate)
Individuals with strep throat can experience other associated signs and symptoms as well, which may include any of the following:
Generally speaking, though the presence of runny nose, cough, hoarseness, eye redness, muscle aches, ulcers in the mouth, and diarrheamake a viral infection more likely, the possibility of strep throat must still be considered by the health care professional. As previously mentioned, strep throat is most common between 5 to 15 years of age, though it can affect individuals of almost any age. Consequently, strep throat can sometimes manifest differently depending on the age of the affected individual, and special considerations must therefore be taken into account.
  • Strep throat in infants: Strep throat in this age group is uncommon. Infants may feed less and appear irritable and fussy. A low-grade fever and nasal discharge may be present as well.
  • Strep throat in children: Children will often complain of sore throat and painful swallowing. They also may eat less and complain of abdominal pain.
  • Strep throat in older children and teenagers: Strep throat in this age group can be extremely uncomfortable, with individuals often complaining of a severe sore throat. The fever can be high and they may be ill-appearing.
  • Strep throat in adults: Typically adults have milder symptoms and they may complain only of a mild sore throat. However, more severe symptoms are still possible in adults.
Occasionally, some people develop bad breath (stinky tonsils) when tonsilloliths (whitish deposits on and in tonsils) develop. These deposits are often dislodged when the patient coughs, but in some individuals food particles get trapped and bacteria attack the food particles and produce the bad odor. Removal of these deposits may be done by a qualified healthcare professional. Continue Reading

Apr 08, 2015 | Medical Specialties Health & Beauty

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How can I avoid gum diseases?


Preventing Gum disease is important for your teeth. Here I will tell you some simple steps to get rid of Gum problem:

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Brush and floss: The best way to prevent gum disease is to brush and floss regularly, which eliminate bacteria at the gum line and between teeth without harming the gums themselves.

2. Go for regular Teeth check-up:
It will prevent you from the up-coming Gum problem.

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Stop smoking: Smoking decreases circulation, not allow to keep gums healthy, and it's also a primary contributor to gum disease.

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Chew sugar-free gum: When you can't brush after a meal, chewing sugar-free gum can help promote the production of saliva so tiny food particles can be cleared away and your mouth's healthy environment can be restored.



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