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Persistent Sore Throat No Fever?

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A persistent sore throat that is not accompanied by a fever can be caused by a number of things. One cause can be acid reflux in which gastric acid backs up into the throat and irritates it causing it to be sore. Smoking and drinking can irritate the throat and cause it to be sore. Allergies and post-nasal drip can irritate the throat and not cause a fever and eating disorders such as bulimia can irritate the throat. A viral infection can also cause the throat to be sore without causing an infection. If the condition persists, it is best to have the problem diagnosed by your doctor.
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