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Title: I Got Strep Throat, Baby
Style: Emo, Alternative Rock
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Streptococcal pharyngitis, also known as strep throat, is an infection of the back of the throat including the tonsils caused by group A streptococcus (GAS). Common symptoms include fever, sore throat, red tonsils, and enlarged lymph nodes in the neck. A headache, and nausea or vomiting may also occur. Some develop a sandpaper-like rash which is known as scarlet fever. Symptoms typically begin one to three days after exposure and last seven to ten days.
Produced by Southside. Album El Gato: The Human Glacier. Southside on the track, yeah But now the work ain't stepped on I make her suck it til she strep throat Turned into a klepto. My niggas in the ghetto, yeah they toting heavy metal Make her suck it til she strep throat Jump off the top rope the bed broke My trap house in the ghetto, my stash house got an echo I know some vatos in Chicago They'll slit your throat, they'll leave your neck broke Savannah plug I call him presto, Savannah boy he call me "Preshto" At sea port I got good dope Gucci Mane I got the best smoke (gato). 11. Southside and Guwop (Outro).
Strep throat is a contagious disease, which means you catch it from another person. It is caused by infection with bacteria called group A streptococci (pronounced: strep-toe-KAH-kye) bacteria, and it's very common among teens. In fact, strep bacteria cause almost a third of all sore throats. Strep throat usually requires a trip to the doctor and treatment with antibiotics. With the proper medical care - along with plenty of rest and fluids - you should be back on your feet in no time. What Are the Signs & Symptoms of Strep Throat? Most sore throats are caused by viruses.
Strep throat is caused by the Strep pyogenes bacteria, or Group A Strep. Typical signs and symptoms associated with strep throat include: Extremely sore throat. Often, a throat that is infected with the strep bacteria will appear very red and inflamed. You may see whitish pus on the tonsils or red spots in the back of the throat. However, these findings are not diagnostic as they can be seen in viral infections as well.
25 tests per kit. Easy to use : mix fully five drops reagent A and five drops reagent B in the provided tube, swab the throat and agitate the swab inside the tube to mix the specimen with reagents, dip the test strip into the well mixed solution for 5 seconds, then read results.
What started as a sore throat led to septic shock and a medically induced coma. Smith awoke from coma to find right hand 'like something from a horror movie'. Her circulation had been diverted from her extremities as body fought infection. A woman who lost six fingers and two toes in a horrific case of strep throat says she's lucky to be alive as she forges ahead with her recovery. Knoxville, Tennessee woman Shelby Smith, 27, thought she had a run-of-the-mill sore throat when she started convulsing and her lips turned blue, she explained to WATE this week. Still in my mind I didn't think I was as sick as I really was,' said Smith, a retail worker who is engaged to be married. In fact, she'd gone into septic shock, a rare and potentially deadly complication of the strep infection
Strep causes the throat to be very sore and it becomes very painful to swallow and they typically don’t eat, or only eat very soft things. With a cold or flu, children usually eat fine or if not the reason is appetite not pain with swallowing. They both can cause a fever, sore throat, chills, muscle aches and even nausea. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends staying home for at least 24 hours after the fever is gone (except for medical care or other necessities). The fever should be gone without the use of fever-reducing medicine. Strep and flu two are entirely different things. Colds and flu always cause a sore throat, but strep is never the cause of cold symptoms. So if your child has cold symptoms and a sore throat and gets tested for strep, it could be a false positive or it could just be a coincidence.
Strep throat is highly contagious and can lead to serious complications. Learn how to lower your chances of getting strep throat - and if you get it, how to treat it and protect people around you. Wash your hands. Hand-washing is one of the best ways to prevent the spread of common infections, including strep throat. It’s especially helpful when you’re spending time in places where harmful germs are more common, such as hospitals, nursing homes, child care centers, and schools. Read and follow the package directions to use it properly. Protect others in your home. You and your family members can take simple steps to help stop the spread of infection at home. Avoid sharing face cloths, towels, and pillowcases with them too.
Bacteria cause strep throat, so it's treatable with antibiotics. When allowed to linger, strep is not only painful but it can cause other problems, like a throat abscess (a pocket of white blood cells, or pus, that may require surgical removal) or (rarely) rheumatic fever. Rheumatic fever happens when a child's immune system makes antibodies against the strep and these antibodies also attack normal kidney and heart cells. The disease isn't a killer, but it can cause painful joints and damage to the valves of the heart . Once you know that your child has strep, keep him at home until his symptoms subside and for at least 24 hours after he starts taking antibiotics. Most adults are not at high risk for strep, as most have had it before and developed some immunity.
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