Chickenpox Accumulates In The Face And Often Has A Fever, Is It Normal?

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, I’m 19 years old, I’ve had chickenpox for 6 days, my chickenpox has accumulated so much on my face that I’m afraid to look at my own face, is that normal?rnrnAnd from the first day of chickenpox, I often have a fever every time I wake up sleep, is that normal too? Thanks.

1 Answer:

Hello Jabib25, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com :')


Chickenpox or varicella is a skin disease caused by the varicella zoster virus which is generally characterized by the appearance of a rash on the skin as the main symptom.


Fever.
Nausea and the body does not feel fresh.
No appetite.

Headache.
Fatigue.
Pain or soreness in the muscles


Then a red rash or rash appears that is filled with fluid or pus (in chickenpox that has had a secondary infection) that feels itchy and hot. This skin rash can appear on certain parts of the body such as the scalp, face, behind the ears, chest, back, stomach, or legs) and some are all over the body, even inside the mouth, eyelids and ears, and around the buttocks. . This rash will usually go through three stages of change, namely:


The rash becomes small itchy bumps.
These bumps then turn into blisters filled with fluid that are very itchy.
After 1-2 days, the nodule will dry up and become a scab that will peel off on its own.

So the appearance of fluid-filled swelling that appears a lot on the face accompanied by a fever that you are still experiencing until the 6th day is still a normal condition for people with chickenpox. This happens because the process of infection and the course of the disease is still ongoing today.


Which then becomes my question, have you consulted a doctor?


If you have not consulted a doctor, you should first check your health condition to a doctor so that further examination and treatment can be carried out. However, if you have already visited a doctor, there is nothing wrong if you go back to the doctor so that an evaluation can be carried out on the condition you are experiencing. Some things that can be done to help reduce itching are by:

Keep showering but by using warm water, to prevent the disease from getting worse
Use powder on the watery nodules that haven't burst to help cool the skin to reduce itching
Apply the ointment that the doctor gave (if any) on the watery nodule that has broken
Do not scratch or even break the nodules on the skin because it can trigger the itching to get worse and can lead to pockmarks on the skin


I hope this information is helpful :')


- dr. Lia N. Amalina

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