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Is it possible to have the flu and strep throat at the same time?

It is possible to have the flu and strep throat at the same time due to the different types of infections going around! Any Suggestions here?


  1. Nina Reply:

    Do you have pain or scratchiness in your throat? A sore throat is when the area around your tonsils is affected by either a disease, cause and to rule out possible serious issues, especially if your sore throat lasts for more than three days. Usually the virus is a cold or flu virus, and the sore throat is simply a side effect of Source:

  2. Gigi Reply:

    Is it possible I have the flu? Symptoms: Headache, body aches, EXTREMELY tired, sore throat, cough (dry), and some sneezing. All this started Sunday. I got a

  3. Lavon Reply:

    The Flu is worse you can actually die from the Flu. Source:

  4. Ilana Reply:

    The symptoms of influenza (flu) appear suddenly and often include: a fever of 100F to 104F. Body aches and muscle pain. Source:

  5. Tillie Reply:

    Symptoms of Flu Versus Strep Throat Symptoms of flu consist of fatigue, fever and chills, a hacking cough, and body aches. Strep throat has the same symptoms, but can also include tonsils looking bright red and swollen with white or yellow … Source:

  6. Cherly Reply:

    Is it strep throat,flu,cold,allergies,etc.?I am very tired,sore throat,cough,a little bit of a runny nose.? This has been going on for a few of days now. Even after getting

  7. Camelia Reply:

    I know when there is pus sores on your hand, antibiotics wont help until the sores have been opened and drained! If pus sores are in your throat, its not time to joke around! If you cant get air into your throat, you die! Dont mess with your throat!Coughing up blood?? Sounds like whatever is in your throat, is in your lungs! Normally, the little tiny capillaries intake oxygen from your lung, bringing it to the blood cells so it can get oxygen to your brain! If those are clogged, youre in trouble (like when people die from smoke inhalation during a house fire)!Based on what you say, if its true, I advise getting yourself to ER department NOW! Especially if you have difficulty breathing, or blue nails, lips or skin, then dont wait! Go TONIGHT!However, if its trace amounts as the nurse above suggests, then go with her advice! But any sign of turning blue, go to ER,

  8. Shanon Reply:

    No, Strep is caused by a streptococcus bacteria (Group A), where as "the flu" is cause by a Is is possible to have strep throat and oral thrush at the same time?

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