Facial muscles, lips, cheeks, throat
affects throat and cheeks. swelling below cheeks and throat. infectious decease. avoid direct contact to effected people.
No. When you get strep throat, you may get red cheeks, or no color cheeks at all, but for the best of my knowledge it wouldn't be normal for someone to get pink cheeks off a strep throat.
strep throat can cause some swelling in your throat. It should not swell any other part of your body that is not near your throat.
it is called your uvula and if it is swelling up you probably have strep throat
Throat infection or tonsillitis.
It can cause swelling or hands, feet and throat. If swelling by low blood pressure occurs, it will take effect on the throat and there is a high risk present of suffocating. Good luck.
You might make the swelling in your throat go down by taking Benadryl or another antihistamine to combat the allergic reaction. It is always important to seek medical attention if your throat swells.
I think it is throat congestion or increased blood flow to the throat causing some swelling.
It is caused by Iodine deficiency which causes swelling in the throat