A sore throat is a very common symptom during the cold season, which can be a sign of cold, flu, angina, pharyngitis or other diseases.
You should see our private GP or ENT specialist if:
- your sore throat lasts longer than a week
- you frequently have sore throats
- you’re worried about your sore throat
- you have a very high temperature and sore throat
- you have sore throat and a weak immune system
A sore throat may be a sign of possible inflammation of the throat, tonsillitis or pharyngitis. A severe or long-lasting sore throat could be a sign of bacterial throat infection or other serious condition.