Sore Throats

Bacteria, viruses, allergies and stomach acid can cause a sore throat. When a bacterial infection occurs it can be from:

  • Strep throat, which usually does not occur with congestion or a cough.

The most common symptoms of strep throat are:

  • A sudden, severe sore throat
  • Pain when you swallow
  • Fever over 101° F (38.3° C)
  • Swollen tonsils and lymph nodes
  • White or yellow spots on the back of a bright red throat
  • We offer a rapid strep test in-office that takes around 10 minutes


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