I have been sick for the last week but i dont know what is wrong with me i have been coughing like crazy i have a itchy throat my nose is stuffy and it hurts to swallow i have a fever but i dont have time to go to the doctor i need somebody to help me i have never been this sick before it is killing me i dont know if it is mono or strep or something else
That's not good sweetie. Yeah i would get to the doctor asap cuz like i said, it is very contagious and can get worse without the proper treatment. My nephew is only 7 yrs old and he has had strep throat within the past 2 yrs more than i can count on my fingers and toes! He had to have his tonsels removed and still gets it!! You may also be a genetic carrier of the strep throat virus. It's possible....look at my nephew!!
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