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Should I talk to my doctor about my bacterial oral infection symptoms?

Yes, talk to your doctor about your bacterial oral infection symptoms, because these usually require medical attention to be cured. For example, strep throat and scarlet fever (two sources of bacterial oral infections) typically require antibiotics for treatment. See a doctor for a diagnosis and a prescribed treatment plan.

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