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How should I prepare to see a doctor for a bacterial throat infection?

Before you see a doctor about your or your child's bacterial throat infection, it is a good idea to write down some useful data beforehand. You should make a note of all symptoms and possible sources of infection. It is particularly important to know important medical information, such as what medications your child is using and what allergies they have. You should also prepare questions you might have for your doctor.

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