Can I Get The Vaccine While Having Chickenpox Symptoms?
My child is 17 months old. Currently experiencing chickenpox signs. Nodules appear around the back Can a vaccine be given to relieve the symptoms that he will experience and prevent the severity of this pain? If not, after recovering what is still needed varicella vaccine?
Chickenpox or commonly referred to as varicella zoster is a viral infection that is caused due to a viral infection. Chickenpox is transmitted through respiratory air or through direct contact with the patient's lesion.
Spots on the back are not necessarily chicken pox. Freckles on the back can be caused due to causes such as:
miliaria chickenpox / prickly heat allergy impetigo dermatitis If indeed your child is experiencing chickenpox, then it is not recommended to give the vaccine. Vaccine can worsen chickenpox. If your child is indeed chickenpox positive, then you can provide nutritious food, and give enough water to drink. Immune system is very important against chickenpox. Only after recovering can you be vaccinated again, including the varicella vaccine.
Therefore, to ensure that your child's illness at this time it is recommended that you see your child directly to the doctor, so that the doctor can check the condition of your child and provide a proper diagnosis of your child's condition. don't give any medicine to your child.
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