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Hpv Sore Throat Symptoms
Would I have symptoms of HPV one day after exposure I had oral last night and now have a sore throat it's been about 15 hours?
HPV: Unlike to be developing symptoms of hpv this soon, but assuming you were performing oral sex on a man, gonorrhea is certainly possible to be producing symptoms rapidly. You also need to be checked for syphilis and HIV as well as chlamydia. See a doctor and have this evaluated. Good luck and best wishes for a good outcome. ...Read more
Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection. There are over 100 different types of HPV that causes warts in different areas of the body. HPV is incredibly common and almost all sexually active men and women get it during their lifetime. Most of the time HPV does not cause any symptoms or complications. However, A limited number of these HPV viruses are pathogenic and if not monitored carefully can be responsible for causing cervical and penile cancer. Some of these viruses have been ...Read more
Small flesh colored bumps on uvula w' sore throat. Diagnosed with hpv over 10 years ago, no recurrences. Also diagnosed with herpes over a year ago?
Doctor can evaluate: Throat pain can be from strep throat infection (antibiotics are needed), a cold or influenza (antibiotics usually not used), or from some other cause such as allergies or irritants. Usually, a person sees a doctor if the sore throat is bothersome, recurrent, or doesn't go away quickly (mainly to see about antibiotics). Herpes recurs on the lips or face, rather than the uvula or inside the mouth. ...Read more
19/female/hpv, frequent smoker, sore throat on and off for 2 months, felt like was going to faint today. Is throat cancer likely? Is it curable?
I have a mild, non-worsening sore throat for two weeks after one-time vaginal oral sex on HPV positive woman with no other STD. Can HPV cause this?
Here are some. ..: Generally speaking, HPV-related lesions tend to be asymptomatic and appears with a longer incubation than 2 wks. Therefore, it is reasonable to just watch and see if the current sore throat may slowly fade away like that resulting from viral upper respiratory infection. If not, seek professional evaluation and counseling in one week. Of course, see doc soon if the symptoms worsen. ...Read more
18/ female, has HPV and frequent marijuana smoker. Also has had sore throat on and off for nearly 2 months. Is throat/oral cancer likely?
Throat cancer: While throat cancer could be what's going on based on symptoms and risk factors, age alone would argue against it. Usually with mouth cancers, thre is a mass or distinct lump that can be seen and felt. ...Read more
20 years old female, smoking and drinking for a year. I have sore throat and small little ball, like the one you get from HPV throat cancer.
Throat: Your question can only be answered by having an examination. See your doctor or an ENT for an exam asap. ...Read more
Painless Hard flesh colored nodule on soft palate next to uvula noticed 2 months ago has not changed, no sore throat or cough, possible cancer or HPV?
See your Dentist: Have it checked out.Get a more detailed answer ›
19/female/hpv/marijuana smoker. Had on/off sore throat for 2 months. Was prescribed penicillin which worked. Is throat cancer still a possibility?
Not very: Likely though a very remote possibility. If the symptoms don't resolve please see your physician. Good luck. ...Read more
Very sore throat with white buildup on tonsils. Neg strep test @ urgent care. Completed ZPak but there's still some white buildup on tonsils 2 weeks later (now w/ some redness too - but no pain). HPV+, left tonsil larger than right. What could it be?
Varies: The more common cause of sore throats include a number of viruses. This includes the EB virus known to cause mono and a number of adenoviruses. These would be strep negative and unresponsive to any antibiotic.Some difference in tonsillar size is common. When the tonsil is truly massive it could be hiding a staph or other abscess. ...Read more
Have been given a good report by an "ent"& an internist. I have thyroid disease (tk levo) & HPV (tk aldara). Why do I still have a chronic sore throat?
Combination of thing: A few thoughts- although you may not have had anything obvious on ENT exam you may still have subclinical gerd, post nasal drip, allergy or even irritant. I would review your hx to see if there is anything we are missing - try trials of appropriate meds including standard anti gerd, anti drip and anti allergy. At the end of the day this might be a combo of things. ...Read more
This could be a: Viral infection, strep throat, yeast etc. Med eval would help to differentiate. For significant sore throat with swollen tonsils / lymph nodes – see physician ; get a strep throat test/ culture. If you have strep throat, antibiotic therapy is imperative to prevent future complications. Consider tylenol (acetaminophen) or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications. Saltwater gargles: mix 1 tsp salt in 8 oz warm >. ...Read more
Throat culture strep: Strep throat is characterized by intensely sore multiple circular or ovoid ulcerations of the lining of the throat and/or tonsils that may or may not coalesce into larger erosive ulcerations. Swallowing food, liquids and even saliva is excruciatingly painful. Because it is a bacterial infection is is almost always accompanied by a fever greater than 101 degrees, malaise and loss of appetite. ...Read more
Will strep test show positive at first sign of sore throat? Symptoms started less than 24 hrs ago, got tested, nurse said test negative. I often get strep.
The rapid strep test: Can be falsely negative 30% of the time, meaning you have the disease but the rapid test failed to pick it up. That is why many docs will send a culture. But even so, if you know you were exposed to another person who tested positive for strep pharyngitis, the guidelines say to treat regardless of what the rapid test shows. In that case many elect not to send a culture because it doesn't affect Tx ...Read more
Tested positive with strep throat for 3 time in last two months. I have sore throat symptoms but nothing else. Am I a carrier? Am I contagious everyday?
Hard to say: We generally reserve the "chronic carrier" label for those who do not get sick with it, although anyone sick with it carries it for a while. You need to investigate whether you are being reinfected by a third party, your old tooth brush, your dog, etc. Some have resistant strep and need 2 stage therapy. Work the specifics out with your doc. ...Read more
Very unlikely: That they are related. You could of course have a second problem with infection. ...Read more
Help me understand pls; why commonly do I suffer from coughing, mucus and blocked nose AFTER having a day or two of sore throat symptoms, not during?
Spread of infection:
What you described suggests viral infection and virus may affect different tissues at different times in the course of an infection. For example measles causes sore throat before there is skin rash.
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Practice safe sex. ...Read more
Can you have strep throat symptoms for just one day, I awoke yesterday with fever_ sore throat, no cough or runny nose but woke up today and was fine?
I have seen a ENT on two occasions for sore throats. If I was showing signs of HPV orally. Would they have found it?
Depends on exam type: Some strains of human papilloma virus cause warts while others may cause tissue to become fragile and bleed easily. Both of these are visible to the naked eye. Other changes are only seen using special magnification equipment. Still other hpv changes can only be seen on a cellular level using a microscope. If you are worried, specifically ask your ENT to do an exam for hpv. ...Read more
Viral infection: Most of the time it's due to a viral infection. Strep infections do occur but are not as common, the patient is sicker with fever and malaise. Rarely sore throats can be caused by structural problems. If a sore throat lasts longer than a month see ENT for definitive diagnosis. ...Read more
Sore throat: Sore throat can be from a lot of things. Think about where the throat is and what is around it. Post-nasal drainage can cause sore throat. Stuffy nose or sinus infection can too. Infection of the mouth or throat can cause sore throat without any other symptoms. Infections can include viral, bacterial, fungal and rarely parasitic. Acid reflux can cause, too. Best to get it checked. ...Read more
Symptoms of a sore:
Throat may vary depending on the cause. Signs and symptoms may include. Pain or a scratchy sensation, pain that worsens with swallowing or talking, dry throat
sore, swollen glands in your neck or jaw
swollen, red tonsils. White patches or pus on your tonsils. Hoarse. Refusal to eat (infants and toddlers)• fever chill cough
runny nose sneezingbody aches
headache nausea or vomiting. ...Read more
Saltwater gargles: mix 1 tsp salt in 8 oz warm water – gargle several times a day. Or gargle with aloe vera juice twice a day. Add honey & a small amt. Of lemon juice to chamomile tea.
Pour boiling water over thinly sliced ginger. Steep 5 min. In a covered pot. Add 2 to 3 tbs honey & sip. Try thyme tea. ...Read more
Drainage: Most likely you are describing drainage that can happen from an infection. The drainage can be quite thick causing choking feelings. ...Read more
Sore Throat: You certainly can take cold medicines, but they are usually used to treat symptoms for which you are really not complaining. The common cold medicines are used to treat nasal stuffiness and congestion and runny nose. If you are not having those symptoms, it doesn't make sense to take a drug for a symptom you are not suffering. For sore throat, increase fluids, gargle and take tylenol (acetaminophen). See dr. ...Read more