I recently suffered from a sore throat and cold symptoms (no fever). I now have a blister-like rash on my forehead. What would cause this?
See physician. You should see physician to rule out herpes zoster or any other etiology.
Sore throat started 2 nights ago. Body aches, no fever... At all. Now I have a pink rash on my chest and neck. No other cold symptoms. Could this be strep?
SORE THROAT. Strep is certainly a possibility. Testing is the only way to be sure.
Red rash under armpits, diarreah for 2 days, cold symptoms...Runny nose and sore throat. No fever under 99.0
Viral Gastroenteriti. Sounds like a viral gastroenteritis. It will likely pass but you have to keep close tabs on dehydration. Might be a good idea to see your primary doctor to simply ensure it is nothing more significant.
4 yo son recently diagnosis with strep (+ rapid) fever and sore throat are getting better after 24 hrs of abx. No cold symptoms but now has dry cough; related?
Maybe, maybe not. Typically strep throat alone rarely produces cough--there is almost always something else involved when a cough joins an infected throat such an a sinus infection or 2nd illness (not previously appreciated until the strep begins to improve) such as mycoplasma. The antibiotic for strep will not treat mycoplasma infection; therefore, the best advice is to call your md noting this change in symptoms.
I have a sore throat only on the right side with no fever or cold symptoms its hurt when I swallow, I have it for more than a week now, sometimes my e?
Ear hurts, too? . You have pharyngitis or tonsillitis. Without fever it's most likely a viral infection. If your symptoms aren't gone after another 2-3 days, or you get fever, see your doctor.
Bitten, blister like mark, very sore shoulder. Next day sore throat and slight trouble breathing. Next day cold symptoms. Toady pain in lower back. Er?
Flu. Likely have the real flu- you may need tamiflu. Take tylenol (acetaminophen) or Motrin and see your doctor.
Painful sore throat for a week. Mild cold symptoms, no fever. What point should I see a doctor, or most likely just virus?
Cold. The common cold is caused by one of numerous different viruses. If you fail to get progessively better or symptoms persist past 10-12 days it may be time to see somebody, but that depends upon the symptoms you are experiencing.