It’s true that chicken pox can grow on the head, because in my head a lot of chicken pox is growing. then after the chicken pox is dried, will chicken pox take our hair? thx
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There are chickenpox complaints that you feel and this has been confirmed by your doctor, so this needs to be done care and recovery of your endurance and health conditions. With appropriate care and treatment independently and under the supervision of your doctor, this condition will improve in the next 6-8 days.
Chickenpox is generally an infection caused by the entry of the Varicella zoster virus. Patients infected with this virus can experience comorbid complaints in the form of fever, coughing, red eyes, itchy skin, spots appearing with clear liquid on the skin, hair skin, or oral mucosa. So if you currently feel itchy complaints and chicken pox spots on the scalp, then this condition is one of the symptoms of chickenpox infection or the course of chickenpox, so this is natural and does not damage your hair. The presence of chicken pox on the scalp can also cause complaints of itching and hair loss, but usually not much and will recover when healed. As long as the chicken pox has not healed, you should not try to peel the former chicken pox that has dried up, let the chicken pox former peel off, especially when you shower.
To help recover complaints that you feel, you can try a few things, namely:
1. continue the treatment and advice of the doctor who treats you
2. Get enough rest, avoid sleeping late
3. avoid physical defeat
4. Inadequate need for healthy food and water
5. give a powder for itching on your skin
If you haven't visited your doctor or haven't met a dermatologist, then you should consider visiting a doctor. The doctor will conduct interviews, physical examinations, and supporting examinations if needed. The results of the examination will be a reference for doctors to provide care and treatment.
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