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What type of bacterial infection will cause blisters in the back of your throat?
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Dr. Robert Kwok
Pediatrics
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In brief: Various infections
Strep throat infections sometimes causes blisters in the throat, although most strep throat patients will not have blisters.
Causes of throat blisters or throat ulcers are more likely viral, such as coxsackie virus (causes hand foot mouth disease) or herpes virus (causes herpetic stomatitis).

In brief: Various infections
Strep throat infections sometimes causes blisters in the throat, although most strep throat patients will not have blisters.
Causes of throat blisters or throat ulcers are more likely viral, such as coxsackie virus (causes hand foot mouth disease) or herpes virus (causes herpetic stomatitis).
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Dr. Robert Jackson
Dermatology
In brief: Many
Many causes. Please see your doctor for evaluation.

In brief: Many
Many causes. Please see your doctor for evaluation.
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