What Is The Difference Between Streptococcus And Strep Throat?
What is the difference between streptococcus and strep throat? can it be cured? and what is the name of the medicine?
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Streptococcus is the name of gram-positive bacteria in the shape of a long (round) cocci. There are various types of Streptococcus bacteria and these different types can infect various types of organs, such as infections of the skin, throat, lining of the brain, lungs, etc. There are also Streptococcus bacteria which are part of the normal flora in the human body (it can be found in the skin, respiratory tract, gastrointestinal tract, urinary tract, etc.).
Strep throat is a term used to describe a Streptococcus bacterial infection in the throat. The type of Streptococcus bacteria that causes strep throat is group A Streptococcus.The symptoms are quite similar to a viral infection in the respiratory tract, including:
sore throat and swallowing pain of the tonsils which are red and swollen accompanied by a white coating over it reddish spots on the back of the roof of the mouth enlarged lymph nodes fever headache skin rash muscle aches and pain throughout the body This infection is an infection that is quite easy to treat with administration antibiotics. However, because the symptoms are similar to a viral infection in the respiratory tract, the doctor will usually perform a quick streptococcal examination to identify the presence of this bacterial infection before deciding whether or not to give antibiotics.
You should check with your doctor first if you experience the symptoms mentioned above. Antibiotics are hard drugs that you should not buy without a doctor's prescription and you should not take them before going through a doctor's examination.
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