Laryngitis itself is not contagious, but if the condition is caused by a contagious illness, such as bronchitis, strep throat, or influenza (the flu), those can be transmitted.
how long will this last on my Yorkie he has this for 1 week his laryngitis last
No, it is not contagious.
I never do but thanks for the concern. :D
No. Urainary Tract Infection (UTI) is not contagious.
The organ affected by laryngitis is the larynx.
The overwhelming majority of laryngitis is viral. Bacterial laryngitis is exceedingly rare. If there's no improvement in 10 days, contact your health care provider.
can cat catch laryngitis from a human
Laryngitis (an inflammation) affects the larynx or the throat.
Laryngitis is inflammation of the larynx, also known as the 'voice box.'
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Not directly. But I could catch a cold, which could cause laryngitis.
My cat has laryngitis too and we are going to take it to the vet and get the best answer from them.
To understand the difference between bacterial laryngitis and viral, we must first have a good understanding of the difference between bacteria and viruses. Bacteria are living single celled-organisms that can live outside of a living host and multiply on surfaces such as telephones, door handles, counters, etc. Bacteria infect a host and reproduce in order to multiply. Viruses are non-living organisms that infect a host and then "reprogram" the host's cells to do the job of producing more virus. The difference between bacterial laryngitis and viral laryngitis, is bacterial laryngitis is not systemic, meaning that it only attacks one area of the body particularly the larynx (voice box) or immediate surrounding areas of the throat. Whereas viral laryngitis is systemic meaning that it causes other symptoms such as runny nose, congestion, sneezing, coughing, etc. The more "cold-like" symptoms you have, the less likely you are to have the bacterial version of laryngitis. Also, the presence of a fever points more towards bacterial laryngitis than viral. Bacterial laryngitis is highly contagious where viral is not. Bacterial laryngitis can be spread very easily to others because it is an airborne bacteria. So if you suspect that you have the bacterial version of laryngitis, stay away from others and take precautions such as washing your hands and using antibacterial hand sanitizers. The treatment of viral laryngitis is lots of hot, clear fluids such as tea and chicken broth and plenty of rest. Whereas the treatment of bacterial laryngitis is antibiotics perscribed from your doctor.
Laryngitis is a swelling of the throat caused by an infection :D!!! My First answer OMG!!!
Laryngitis is primarily caused by overuse of the voice, a condition faced by people ranging from teachers to performers.However, the primary medical cause of laryngitis is a viral infection. The same viruses that cause the majority of simple colds are responsible for laryngitis.