Does a sore throat come with bronchitis?

Possibly... A sore throat can be present during an acute bronchitis infection.
Yes. Viruses and bacteria that can cause bronchitis (an infection of the large airways) can also affect the throat, causing pharyngitis (sore throat). Or, coughing can independently irritate the throat.

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Are there any good OTC medicines or tips for a cold/sore throat before it progresses to bronchitis?

Yes. Most causes of pharyngitis are viral, but some can be bacterial. The best bet is an antibacterial mouthwash (like listerine), but instead of just gargling with it, you should swallow it so it gets down into your posterior pharynx. Read more...

I have a cold I had a sore throat does it go away on its own I called my dr she said it will but how can I tell if I have bronchitis?

Bronchitis . You will have colored secretions if you need antibiotics with fevers or chills. Just drink plenty of water and get plenty of rest and you should get better good luck and good health.! Read more...

Sore throat, was put on zpak for bronchitis my left tonsil is enlarged a great bit now my throat hurts worse?

Probably viral. Illness is probably viral and probably will run a course of 7-10 days. Watch for any shortness of breath, or significant fever. Another possibility is mononucleosis. Read more...

Is it normal to have bronchitis for over two weeks, even with a weeks worth of penicillin? Still congested, sore throat, cough and lots of mucus.

Yes- try this. Bronchitis often lasts 6 weeks ; is almost always caused by viruses so penicillin ; other antibiotics don't help ; may cause harm. It's irresponsible for docs to prescribe antibiotics for bronchitis! pelargonium sidoides (sold as umcka) is proven to help much more than antibiotics- see http://bit.Ly/1f6rjci i've had tremendous success treating bronchitis with homeopathy- see http://bit.Ly/h97vwf. Read more...

Every time I get sick I have a problem with my asthma or get bronchitis. I am losing my voice and have a sore throat. What can I do to prevent it?

Asthma. Asthma is usually triggered by upper respiratory infections and when allergies are aggravated. Achieving ultimate control of your asthma is by controlling its triggers. An allergist can help you reach that goal, consult one in your neighborhood, look for one at acaai.Org or aaaai.Org. Read more...
Hand hygiene . A viral infection (especially the rhinovirus associate with colds) often triggers asthma attack. A practical way to reduce exposure to the virus is by cleansing your hands with soap or a gel after touching door knobs, faucets, phone etc which other people have come into contact with. This must be done each and every time. Read more...