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Chickenpox

Chickenpox

Chickenpox is much common condition, we usually all go through with this infection in our earlier period, the infection which leads to chickenpox was caused by the virus named varicella-zoster. It mostly causes itching and rash with the small, filled with fluid blisters. The chickenpox was highly contagious for the individual who hasn't faced this condition or been done earlier vaccinated against it. As advanced in medical professionals while there are, the vaccine was available for this condition, in order to protect the children against from causing chickenpox.

The vaccine for chickenpox is much safe, which will function much effectively way to prevent the condition of chickenpox and other its based possible complications as well.

Symptoms and Signs of Chickenpox

The condition in which you get an itchy blister and the rash which was occurred by the infection of chickenpox will tend to appear at least for 10 to 21 days at the maximum after the exposure to the virus, the signs and symptoms, which may also appear for one to two days before the rash, which include:

  • Fever
  • Loss of appetite
  • Headache
  • Tiredness and a general feeling of being unwell.

Once it occurred it will continue new bumps to appear for several days, so it will occur all three stages of the rash are bumps, blisters, and scabs on the lesions which are all at the same time. This virus spreads while once you get infected with a virus it can easily get in infected to other people for up to 48 hours, and the virus will remain contagious with its action, at least all the broken blisters have crusted.

The criticalness of the disease is much lower in the child as compared to the adults. In this condition in a severe case, the rash can appear to be cover the entire body, and lesions may also appear in the eyes, throat and mucous membranes of the anus, urethra, and vagina.

Causes of Chickenpox

Usually, this infection is caused by the virus named varicella-zoster which enters the body and results to have chickenpox, which is due to its infection. It has the ability to spread, which is through the person who going direct contact with the rash of the infected person. It can also spread through coughs or sneezes and you inhale the air droplets of the infected person with the condition of chickenpox.

Risk factors

Your actual risk goes higher if you aren’t infected with the varicella-zoster virus which causes chickenpox or if you are not vaccinated the chickenpox vaccine as well. Those who work in child care or in school much especially get I vaccinated with the requirement.

Usually, in most cases, the people who had chickenpox or and also been vaccinated against chickenpox are also produced immune to chickenpox and prevented from the condition. This condition can cause more than once to the infected people, but this is much rare as per the report. If are been vaccinated for the condition and still you get infected with chickenpox, then in this state your symptoms may be much milder, with fewer amount of blisters rash, and can possibly have mild or no fever at all.

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