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Both viral eye infections and bacterial eye infections are called conjunctivitis , or pink eye.
"Pertussis is a bacterial infection that can cause upper respiratory symptoms that can be dangerous to our younger patients but also cause a cough that can last several weeks to even months for some of our patients, ...
Seasonal flu shots, pneumococcal and other bacterial vaccines may help prevent ear infections.
Severe infections may require antifungal pills that you take by mouth.
Sinus infections can turn into a bacterial infection, due to the prolonged blockage in the sinus cavity.
"An ear infection is a bacterial or viral infection that affects the ear.
About 70 percent of the time, symptoms of acute bacterial sinus infections go away within two weeks without antibiotics.
BV and yeast infections both fall under the broad category of vaginal infections, called vaginitis .
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Most infections involve the lower urinary tract - the bladder and urethra.
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