The main causes of sore throat are viruses and bacteria, but are among the causes of sore throat in Laryngitis, Acute laryngotracheitis, Sinusitis, Allergic rhinitis, Reflux, Lung infections and Tumors. Sore throat may be contagious depending on the cause of the infection, especially infections caused by viral infections and bacterial infections called group A beta-hemolytic streptococci are highly contagious.
Which diseases can cause a sore throat?
Cold, Mononucleosis, measles, chicken pox, and croup disease, virus diseases, usually manifests itself with a sore throat. Among the infections the bacteria that cause sore throats, tonsillitis, diphtheria, a bacterial infection that is commonly seen and which are not epiglottit.
Depending on cigarette use, sore throat
In the case of Smoking, the respiratory and oropharyngeal mucosa overlying the involved toxic substances into the air can irritate the throat. Pharyngitis and laryngitis, and several other factors cause inflammation of the irritation and consequently creates called first with sore throat and hoarseness. Smoking for a long time in cases of a series of changes begins in the mucosa. These changes may have a sore throat and eventually will develop cancer due to this.
When should the doctor go to the throat pain?
Although sore throat is most disturbing is not harmful, but to move on its own within five to seven days.
A sore throat is severe or that lasted longer than a week,
Great difficulty in swallowing or breathing,
Sore or swollen lymph nodes in the neck
Pus in the back of the throat, heat rash,
Blood in saliva or phlegm,
Inward migration the eyes, severe fatigue, decrease in urine output
Frequently recurring sore throat you should see your doctor if you have any of.