Chills and Sore throat. WebMD Symptom Checker helps you find the most common medical conditions indicated by the symptoms chills and sore throat including Viral pharyngitis, Strep throat, and Tonsillitis. There are 29 conditions associated with chills and sore throat.
Acute Pharyngitis, Bacterial Pharyngitis, Chronic Pharyngitis, Pharyngitis, Viral Pharyngitis 02/06/2017 One of the main signs of the presence in the body of an acute viral or bacterial infection, which served as the beginning of the inflammatory process is the difficulty swallowing.
loss of appetite; rash; Strep throat, another type of pharyngitis, can also cause: difficulty in swallowing; red throat with white or gray patches; swollen lymph nodes; fever; chills; loss of appetite ; nausea; unusual taste in the mouth; general malaise; The length of the contagious period will also depend on your underlying condition.
Often, strep produces signs like white patches in throat and tonsil. It also produces red, swollen tonsil and sometimes pus may occur in back of the patient’s throat. Therefore, clinicians should make sure they differentiate these two broad causes of pharyngitis.
Metallic taste in mouth and Sore throat WebMD Symptom Checker helps you find the most common medical conditions indicated by the symptoms metallic taste in mouth and sore throat including Viral pharyngitis, Medication reaction or side-effect, and Strep throat.