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What are the symptoms of viral oral infections?

There are several types of viral oral infections, but the most common symptoms of the disorders, in general, are small sores around the mouth. People may also experience pain, itching, and burning on the area of the body that is affected with the sores. Some viral oral infections may also produce fever, a feeling of general sickness, and an irritated throat.

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How common are viral oral infections?
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Viral oral infections are not uncommon disorders. There are many different kinds of viral oral infec...
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Do viral oral infections affect children differently than adults?
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Some viral oral infections affect children differently than adults when it comes to symptoms. Childr...
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Can viral oral infections have any complications?
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Like most viral infections, viral oral infections can have complications, though they are rare. Peop...
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Are children more likely to get viral oral infections?
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