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What are the symptoms of Herpes Simplex Pharyngitis and can they be as mild as enlarged tonsils with small red bumps and a very mild sore throat and could there be any other causes of these symptoms?

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2008-10-28 21:37:26
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Symptoms could include a sore throat with cankers around the tonsil area. Use a flash light to see inside your throat. these cankers can look a lot like the corpusles from a Strep throat victim. go to a doctor and be tested for herpes to verify if you have this viral infection.

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