No, sore throats are more often caused by the virus of the common cold and not the flu virus.
If during the fall and winter (in the northern hemisphere) during flu season, it may more likely be the flu, however. See the related question below about the differences in symptoms between the common cold and the flu. The flu season is in the spring and summer in the Southern Hemisphere.
Sore throats are also often caused by bacterial infections, like "strep throat". If you do not have the other symptoms of the flu or a cold with a sore throat, this may be the cause. Often a health care professional's exam is needed to determine which it is so that the proper treatment can be started.
Don't smoke cigarettes, then the sore throat could be due to irritation or even cancer.
no but you could
No when you have strep throat your throat is sore and when you have the flu your stomach hurts because you keep throwing up.
Usually, when you get strep throat, you tend to have a very sore throat. When getting the flu, your throat may or may not be affected.
If you have flu-like symptoms like a fever, chills, a sore throat it could be swine flu. Some people have it more severe than others, and some fully recover.
It can if the sore throat is caused by a bacterial infection. Antibiotics can help with strep throat and other bacterial sore throats, but most sore throats are caused by viruses like the cold and flu. Antibiotics do not help when the cause of the sore throat is a viral infection.
yes it can
Salt can relieve the pain associated with a sore throat. However, it will not actually cure you as a sore throat is indicative of the onset of some kind of illness (cold, flu, strep, etc.)
IF it's throat is sore then it's prob. Swine Flu. When you have the Swine Flu all of these things happen but sore throat is also in it.
In Swine flu the throat is very sore but there should be a high temp. if sore throat is not better in a few hours see a doctor
yes...usually its just a really really high fever..but sore throats are exceptional....you may have it or not during the swine flu
No not nessearly Swine flu isn't that bad swine flu has only killed like 1 maybe less the original swine flu kills 344,000+ people every year so the swine flu isn't nothing to worrie right know but still if you think you have swine flu don't go to the ER just go to your regular doctor it could be just the fluSymptoms include fever, cough, sore throat, body aches, headache,chills, fatigue, diarrhea and vomiting.A sore throat by itself is probaly just that, and nothing to worry about. However if you have more of the symptoms you should talk your doctor.
this is problay gowing to turn into swine flu
Sore throats are most commonly caused by a virus such as strep, a cold, the flu, and mono. A sore throat could also mean you need to get your tonsills removed, It could also mean Allergies or in rare cases, throat cancer
People drink tea when they have the flu because the hot liquid feels good if you have a sore throat.
Some symptoms of the flu or cold any are sore throat, stuffy nose, headache and diarea. I personally can say this because i am recovering from the flu.
Probably the flu...
That could just be the flu, happens most of the time, it first gives you a sore throat cough aches and fever but the fever last for a while, you may vomit and you do not want to eat, just go to the pharmacists and explain your symptoms I am sure they will give you something.
It could. The symptoms of swine flu are the same initially as the symptoms of most seasonal flu strains. Sore throat and cough can be some of the first symptoms. If you have fever, it is even more likely. However, these can also be signs of a common cold, strep throat and other infectious and non-infectious diseases. See the related question below for information on the symptoms of swine flu and what to do if you think you have it.No, it means you have a cough.
Sore throats are most commonly caused by a virus such as strep, a cold, the flu, and mono. A sore throat could also mean you need to get your tonsills removed, It could also mean allergies or in rare cases, throat cancer
Viruses cause 90-95% of all sore throats. Cold and flu viruses. adenoviruses. coxsackie virus. mononucleosis.
yes because it will soothe a sore throat and citrus has vitamin c which is good.
Swine flu is harmful disease. the symptoms are fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, body aches, headache, chills, and fatigue.
symptoms of swine flu are fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, body aches, headache, chills, and fatigue.Many people with swine flu have had diarrhea and vomiting.
Sore throat can be caused by many things. Most commonly, it is caused by the cold, or the flu. It is a infection in the throat where there is swelling, scratchiness, and a burning sensation. Similar symptoms may include excessive coughing or difficulty to speak . Always consult a doctor to get the best treatment.