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Do you get nausea with strep throat?

Do you get nausea with strep throat?

Other symptoms may include a headache, stomach pain, nausea, or vomiting — especially in children. Someone with strep throat may also have a rash known as scarlet fever (also called scarlatina).

What does the beginning of strep throat feel like?

Throat pain that usually comes on quickly. Painful swallowing. Red and swollen tonsils, sometimes with white patches or streaks of pus. Tiny red spots on the area at the back of the roof of the mouth (soft or hard palate)

What are some of the symptoms of strep throat?

Other symptoms often include: Red and swollen tonsils (two round lumps in the back of your throat; they are types of lymph nodes). You may also see white patches on them or elsewhere in your throat. Headache, sometimes with pain in the gut or vomiting.

What are the signs and symptoms of Group B Strep?

Signs and symptoms might include: Many adults carry group B strep in their bodies, usually in the bowel, vagina, rectum, bladder or throat, and have no signs or symptoms. In some cases, however, group B strep can cause a urinary tract infection or more-serious infections such as blood infections (bacteremia) or pneumonia.

Why do I get morning sickness with Paglilihi?

Common understanding of paglilihi manifests in many ways: nausea or morning sickness, taking an inexplicable liking to someone or something, and developing extreme cravings for certain types of food—especially those that are hard to find or in unusual combinations with other food.

How long does it take for strep throat to go away?

The following symptoms suggest a virus is the cause of the illness instead of strep throat: It usually takes two to five days for someone exposed to group A strep to become ill. A sore throat that starts quickly, pain with swallowing, and fever are some of the common signs and symptoms of strep throat.